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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892030401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 71 Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. WILLAMSBURO, WHITLE COUNTY. j y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1892. ROYALLY NO. 2 m Trl K k I DAViLLE. Mis Nannie Baughtnan, green Oliina silk, pearlmind natural dowers; 11. 0. H. h fSTT Joseph I lass, of Danville, died from turned .Thirty Young Ladles of Stanford Give a Covington, Richmond. -- Thomas Adkiiis, attorney, Leap Year P arty. mi operalioti performed for au abcepfs of fiom Fyaukfort and Lexington, Tuesday Mies Sue Bright, China silk, lace; 1) the liver. He was an enlerprisinir trado,u on legal And da the Honors to tha Blushing Beaux M. morning, where ho hid Jtiuf. er and will lie mifi-c- d by the farmers of CiiIhoii win here lion. 1. G. In Handsome Style. Alra. George C. Keller, Jrvfdiik nlba nil this IIn held a policy of COMISMonday looking up his congressional natural on his life, which lie leaves to bis A Delightful and Kemrable Occasion. i lln.'iinlv is visiting in lloweysr-thoJh!eTltJmnii. Madison, bis former home, this week, TIih Leap Year party given at thi Cof- .MiVliluorae LXlVjiinv. black lace wife and thrco children. , Kov. John G. Barclay, u native of iiih res-- ft... 0M. Monday evening. Inn passed ,!,.,... ....Url. ti.'. ntl...r half Mr. Low In Adkine has iompiii tills place, but lonu of Greenville, is here Charles llelder, jUo ,j0 ml.)ry 0f ni wno attftnl-- tl it, ideiieenearthodeMit. Mies Mattie Williams, Mt. Vernon, Siiuduy-sfihuwork for t lie Kenn( , Willi Bamberger. Bloom A Co , wave us' 110,t M,p,.r,iv delightful ,.'.,,, f,,iu. oatrlch trimmings; 1. M. doing 0 Again this week with a magnificent stock of tucky Union. Hednliyered an enter a call Tuemlay. lion. j. i. i reeuwu evvr gm-m'o-- McHoberts in thin tainini address to a full house at the wr. a. in Cincinnati this wee, tolli x0thlng had been left undone by Miss Louis Tipton, white China silk, Chtistian church Sundav niuht, which MlddleslM.m. Stout lu. ,,, mlke it lift" has gone to IMM cbillbn trimming; V. V. Wither. em braced representatives1 of every deand Perkins, attorneys started ,)lt) vvi,ui Mt tl1. 8I.,.(.S, of t(,uir ii0rU Moore Miss Annie iltut;bmnn, black erepu out in the snow, Tuusday, to attend the j ,,verv pSrtiL.t,tU wui jK)lj, timrkl decliine, point lace, diamond; J. S. Ows- nomination in the town. The fraternal I'roni the Kust, every garment guaranteed to fit and made of material t intercourse of the denominasquires' court. Htv. J. C. Steel, o(ntil umtifyiti),;. The crowd, composed ley. Jr.. that will gi e tions in their commendable union gathBaibourvillc, is visiting his uncle. 15. X. ;0f the liiuidsjiuest ladies and most Miss Annie Cireen, blue nilk, lace lant young mii in tliu surrounding tiiiutnina-'- , dtaiiiondf; Wdl Ibiuhinau, ering inaugurates that long expected delightv in. Sadler, lepuiy slier country, iiugtiienl-Mi uiiKit. bv maiiv from adit Mifn Annie Alcorn, white silk, nat-m- l era of lion and l.itnb joinim: in ful fellowship Mav it be ever thus. ill", waskilledatCorbin.MoudAyinorning. umw, who perhap- - tliu tbat over IIowcm and diamond; Dr. A. S. Circuit Court still "drags its slow And at prices to which none can object. We have also added to our by Sam MeCuruue, in P. W. Wood'H att,.mled a paity here. An iila (tin hu Price. length" along, to the discontent of ma t0,i tlinl u:i L'oniiles launint. MeCnrKiio wan drunk Sunday (ormwi wl(Ml it Mle Cairie I'liillip, Lnbanon, wliite and creating considerable msturiiaiicei wt.rtJ refl(.nt, bid. unite a number not crepe decliine, cliiUnn trimmim:s natu- ny inleif sted pirtu'fl. The grand jury is yet industriously ferreting out violations when Sadler arrested Idiu and put liim roii(.,i, It was indeed n joyous ral lloivnrH ami diaiuondc; Jack Uout. of tiie cigaretto statute and other mnjpr A line of Choice Henriettas, Hedford Cords, Chevron Cords, Armen guard. Henry Bishop and .lames H,1( IllrriMj ty circumstance or Mies Mary Alcorn, bine lansdowr, misdemeanors. Judge Tom Morrow pre wero left to guard biiu and after ,,.nl j t)j0 j,.,st ,1K,ve to d"traet from diamonds Frank McKinuey. ian Serge and Jiroad Cloths, all in the new Spring shades and very sides with his wonted dignity, readiness Tim home bovs w etc on their beat Sadler bad left them they allowed Mi-- ju Miss Lottie Dilllou, white allntroa. low and desirable. Unique to go t liberty, wn .noniiav lwbavlor, wliilo the visitors vied with flower- and diamond; W. S. Sheridan. ami impartiality, which, barring his oil Don't forget that we are headquarters for all classes of White Goods inotninj: lie ot bix eliot kiih and went each other in correct deportment. Prof. Miss Annie Dunn, orptndie, over silk, political complexion, and the large mugand Laces and our new stock of Gents' Ties can not be surpassed. in senrcli of Sadler nnd wlien be found tioin"orciiestia furnilieil the nunlc for lace tiiiniiiim:1:, emernhlH; Albert Sever- wump following he draws from the dem- -' ocratic ranks, w lien out for oilice, his be, without Ktyim: word to him, inanct., which wai in the larK'Hiiuiiv ance bim -, hhot one load in bin left cide, jiHt Iwlow t0m, and avy Into tlie morn did the Ml- -s Mary Spvranui, Lebanon, pink hosts of friends regret that the gorryniander incident to n prolific decide, is thelieait. Sadler lived about two liotiM tmnx nn,j Mien worshi. ros-J5. F. Illako-masilk, Prof. s likely to sever him from his tttrairm. Tim tliu party ami wart brought here and buried Tued to H tnuilw hh escipn ami mm thoroimldv enjoyeti political alliliations hii1 relegate him to es without day. MiUurumMiss (iarlrude Howard, yellow tsBliHat larije, but Slientf Moon- lm jiMyinjf Hud many a regret wiw rxproshed chlllou triintnltms. J. S. Wella. the iK'iiiiyrile. A t:ood one on the judge's personal popularity so numerously m" sum' lionr ra'ii-- , w hioli partieH on the lookout for him und it is wiun H. lts Mnttie OwhIvv. white Bilk, , diamond''; W. illlf.flttr ntllf I'U'lM l..1ijlit.i flf.inni.rtitci ffrttn ' thought lie will Koon Iw itroiiteht to n- - Hinwithtwl the thought of dixpmmiiK-tinsuauxu ovenlres-to N.lurnl lovoMnf. of tlie lntlit.s wan parly obligations in momentous emerMcCiinrue is a yiiuiij' man, It. McKiuney. j e been tryims for wtimi time to make mn,.tHi jiy cutuimw of r.ir. btiiuty and Mit CJarrii Currev, Imc fter, Kile gencies is just now current here. An terror ,u,unond and other jewels spirkled in shall keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I republican candidfe approached a a liero by bwiiiK a reputation ehlHontiimtnini; John n Th Dftlv. block of an obi rebel democrat, who ho knew hand a full and complete bii,'lit to the inifl riliavn of Corbiu and the ,1IlW0 with tlu-iHe Miirri'iiiiditig country. tr''1 u tlunaun of the grand event did not con- - Mi Mayme Currey, lucastei, rod had always waived party interests, j the last term of circuit court and ttned ,.( solely in the charming snjtt Muret-hu- l Nell ro'ses; J. L. Ander- and voted for Col. Mot row, nu ask- .. :.. I. im it innv wiuiz, f., tmr.. Hwaiui .....1 1. l.i.v. ..Mil ult .If.... ed: "Why is it yon always vote for Tom or uvrn I" gfll "(rtsiiiiug me imiin; j,u adniiniteriiig poison to.KHUotiicr ' twl0rtHiinol the Wr sx, for to tlio Mih. T. VJiftV, griyxilk, white roses; Morrow and will never vote for me'.'"' " by my dear sir Col. Monow gives e- - p nnd acuuiileti. He nmv Hl tlnit w hile ,.itnru,t nrh nivnireil by mine letws. tin lieTtiToI the lioiieeiiold liCtblUJlt.L . justice li xlow couiimr it will ciute at MM. ijolljr, Rfctfe4wl by the yon ladk-kiiiH, Dxnvillu, pink deuce of having o.vc icjlinen a gentleman, Mi? Florence Jen (Jorbiu will i, illB .. (un uUim of crIH. The lunch, --iiu ,ii!.niiil(.- Ilrv..- - iinnti. Th awl iopt of politically, and you never have," wasthe My stock of .... find tliat tlmy must wakw np autl not hi- - Vllal c,,Miitod of even cftiirHMf, was Mis M.ary Davids Dudderar, wbito unvHi'iiishctl response. In this connec-- , ly iuy t.m,mnH Uverrthing to :oiUtl tuolr onco t r ,j,H low such citU-n- s ournsiLa, luce triouniiigs, diaiiiouds; W. tion you are furnished a fact which will peaceful little town nnd bring to jnnti.e tlIl hmn p,,,, W)Hn Tho ubl. whlrh A. Tribble. 4t Julge Monow right on an important Is larger and better selected than ever and-assure my customers of , (jM oritur w given tin opportunity tin- nun who dare to violate the ot wnicli a gold; legal matter, in tlie Mi LtiLi old roee silk, prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas m . iiiond of tiie press was led into inadveroption law as ngiroulv hs they are the rharge, His a beauty J. G. Currey. Damon in charge. A. R. PENNY. v liuleeil ami sliowel the bamliwortc ot theotlier prw"i iiieeouiii), Miss Kate Hail, white Henrietta, late tantly representing him doubtful, when , the gootl e.ipli stand I wck and " the tine artlut In both tin culinary and trimmings, diainoiub and natural llow-is- the olrctnculh incisive manner in which he sliced the Gordian knot gives an cm- niraid to push to justice crlminulH. and "" j,ie(s,rMtive line. In the centre of the W. P Walton. "ITf A whocla-n- t W to lie goOiliiti.eml.iil to l)0,mtfi,jy inii,, a huge l fctiL TIT phasis to the asunlltv of auv other con- M irgrei Jennings, Lancaster, iia-tlT wu Mif. W W d oysters and Nile gr.ii silk, featlior .trimmings, Btruction tha n tho judge's adverse! do their duty in olhce. as tbo gu.irds did l()K.fe of ,(0 0 w,je, ! fXpccte!. fn)jt) Wt,rt, HtrHft, nm m, whleli they pearls; Letciior Owsley. (LATK Al.KXAN'nktt'S HOTEL,. view, which probably insures the decisin tills, nothing morv may Miss Or.i Wood, Diuville, red crepo ion place as an ucipiestioned stare deweie kept cool and delight fill. D AND MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. cisis with all acknowledged precedents, j of large adornd tlio tnble, w liich dsrliine, pearls; Kd Dillehny. Tues- - was also further heiulifleil by (lowers having run the gauntle' of highMiss Mattie Vandevoer, black siirnh without Day. Prof. Coleman's whcol chsvd $52.50 er tribunals. Prominent in the list of Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Coutt-Housami evergreens. silk, cnals; John Kirhy. lav. was Mi.v. Lillian fanner, I due silk,, pearls; statutory reo.uiieiueiits to eligibility to Tin- reception committee Seal P.irrott is building: a house on LOUISVILLE, KY. jury service, is that n man shall be a of six beautiiul young ladias, vi.: John Kirh) street. Hichmond W. R. LOCAN, Manager. Mi-- 3 Maiia Cook, I.tucaster, white housekeeper, and whether or not a man Circuit court convenes here the sec- Misea Annie Shanks. Mary AIcomi, A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, t Clerks. s washing is sent Mattie ailk, pearls; Charlie Anderson. whose Kittle Baughman, Annie Green, ond Monday in March. Miss Eddie Adams, Danville, .yellow out from the same hamlet can claim proLittle dicu linker is seriously ill Owsley and Gertrude Howard. Tliev formed n lovely sextette and gmeefully silk, blue luce overdress, natural (lowers; prietorship was for ages an iunubibus to witli souiethitiH like diphtheiia the judiciary till Judge Monow. almost C. tientry says there ate but did the bnnois of the occasion. The T.N. Roberts. Mr. II. GO TO entertaining committee was no leMiss Helen Saulley, cream silk, tulle angrily, ordered to "stand aside!" a talesif any rata in Knox courty. few who hesitatingly responded, "I live Live Block sales will ben feature of charming and baiidsouie and consisted overdress, Marechal Neil roses; II. T. man , with my mother Mullens, of Mis-"- s Helen Saulley, Maggie our county court days hereafter. ftlifiiinifntnh men are here ell- - Sue Uout, Annie Alcorn, Annie B.uigh-maMiss Mary McKiuney, cream silk, chifTln- i -jiU0GE"MrC. SAUFLEY Louis Tipion, Annie Green, Kate fon trimmings; Will Yeager, Louisville. tertaining the people with that wonderMiss Maggie Owsley, white silk, chif- Announces His G.mdldacy for Gircuit Judge Hail and Mrs. George C. Keller, Jr., and ful itmchine. In the Following Letter to the Dem Mr. Win. Tow cry and family him are desei ving of especial prais and con- fon trimmings, diamonds; W. II. Wear-eocraoyofthe District. moved to Ash Groc, Mo., where a gratulation. Fntiring in their ell'orts to to all, they .Miss l.i..ie Dunn, Danville, blue Bilk, The present Legislature of Kentucky make the occasion plea-nlare Kentucky colom is established. ' The largest quantity of grits BeedH endeared themselves to many, who will chiUbu trimmings, pearls; Thomas is charged by tiie new Constitution with ,'t.rifl ncf it., tit.. it, i!i. till illil. e( flit. Dunn. and oats have been uhipped to this not soon forget tin irkindness. am a candidate for Miss Isabel Owsley, red China silk, tiicts of the State. The dance was a charming featnie county during the last few week- - than the emeralds; Kirk Kirby. and was participated in by nearl the judgeship of whatever circuit may: lor ycais. foi auy sca-o- n Miss Kate Kiiiuaird, Lancaster, gray embrace Lincoln county. Heing a dem-- , The railroad agent at Livingston dyphthi ria a few iIiivh oerat and believing, not only in govern- India silk, violets; Kirk Kirby. lnt a child bv ill of! dangerou-l- y Miss Leila Kiuuaird, Laucaster, blue mentby the agency of parties, but in' since and has another party responsibility in every department decliine; Bradford Jennings. tbo same disease. S' w. . v x jT rrv rJk, o.niriiJ wV Miss Klin May Saunders, blue silk; o( the government, my candidacy is sub-- ! While a crowd wa- - sitting around ject, of course, to the will of the demo-- ! l.iee trimmings, gold, II. F. Faulconer. the Joplin House oilier, Tuesday niglit, ' by whiteven a pitol, . Miss Annie Hale, red silk, coition cratic party expressed about s o'clock, some one lired method may be determined by its con-- 1 a. c. SINK dangeiousty near sever-n- l Harry Drake. .trimmings, J.N.MENEFKK the ball passing Miss Mattie llosley, black silk, dia- stituted authorities; of the parties. Immediately after the It is probable, and indeed generally monds; L. C. Bosley. tiring a man was seen to run across towMiss Kittie lkuighmau, China silk, understood, that Lincoln, (.iariard, Merard the church and disappear in the y i awK l rs cer, Boyle and (Jasey counties will con- pearls; George Kvaus, Kiuhiuoud. darkness. No clue ha been gained us In who did the Mi- - Susie Lasley, corn colored ciepe, Htitute one district. to who the person was anticipating it, I lace trimmings; James Itea.ley. shooting. Miss Annie hanks, embossed crepe, Hiibmit my pretensions Miss Ida Adams was visiting friend-her- e cy of tliese counties. I shall gratefully diamonds; T. A. llice. during the week. Dr. John M. iaco appreciate whatever support you may Miss Jennie Feland, blue bilk, Williams is spending a week with homo Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath. Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets trimmings, natural (lowers; Jack Itea.-le- y. givo me in this regard. folks, lie will shurtl entei thd'niver-sitentire crowd. The entertainers acted as and Verandah Work. M. C. Suti.ky. of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia for lloor man.igns and did their work mot Miss l'li.a Uout, black lace, gold; Jocourse, lion. J. S Joplin ndmirably. Tlie following is a II t of a two years' I.Nn.i.E. All thu whisky cases have hasietiirned to rankfoit aftei a two the ladies present, what they wore and seph Kout. Miss S.dlie Mahan, Danville, blue been compromised at ?."0 each. Clienth-nu- t weeks' stay at home on account of sick- whom they escorted: The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. coufesst'd in mx cases and the other John Dillo- China silk, ness. Mis. Cleo Brown lett for Louis Miss Klla Dunn, Danville, white hlen- jmv, live against hint weie dismissed, the OJlicc - - ville, Wednesday to iinish up a course dilene, l.ice, diamonds FNhor Gaines. white negroes eacli paid $30, getting oil' much Miss Laetitia llrown, Lmcaster, s. She will rein the millineiy busuie-Miss Jennie Warren, blno silk, diasilk, lace trimmings, diamonds 0. I). easier than if they paid regular license. turn April and open a line of millineiy monds; Kd llochester. They could not desire a belter thing Andenn. at tins place. . Mi-- 3 Mattie Klkin, Lancaster, pink green j than be permitted to ply tlu-i- trade with Miss Nannie Dunn, nun's veiling; chlllou trimmings; Jake China silk, emeralds; Joseph T. Harris. one prosecution a year and then have -- The California building at llarrodf the line cut in two. I). N. l'rewitt has Mi.si Minnie VnnAr-dnl- e, Fair is an imposing stiucturo Robinson. Mis Alpha Tyree, silk mohair, din- - burg, pink China silk, chitlou trimmings, bought lil.OOO lambs in Boyle, Lincoln. 110x500 feet, of the "old mission" type, Mercer ami Garrard counties at tic for n.l ..nsthnr about S7.VO0O. monits; o. Kj. parson. gold- J. II. Baiighumn. ...:.i. .. .i., ' Miss Marv Pickett. Shelby villo, laven- - Ma deliven , 0J for June dehverx nun surrounded by a hedge oil Miss Tillie Hall, Winchester, lloweted It will be John M. Wil- - der cliallis. lace trimming, diamonds i.'i to ') for July delivery. All but two faille brocade, muiii'i'.' ";r'v ol New oik, nusg.tiu- - Hams. bunches wero trimmed lambs. I). X. and pearls; Will Severance. Judge Dully, Miss Nan Maliau, Danville, China silk, by per red silk, l'rewitt bought of Juab Adams SO ltogs, Miss Mamie Dunn, Danville, ed much reputation as ir.Solomou uverag about -- 0) pounds, to bodulivir-e- d natural llowers; John Bauglinian. pearls; Monte Fox. mitting a valuable spaniel to uucuie beMisiSuo llaughmnn, pink silk, diafrom loth to litl of May, at 4c. Dr. as to which was it gentlemen wiio cune alono were: The and for tween two claimants mond''; Taylor Jackson, Winchester. -- wift in selecting Lige Beazley, Will Brewer, Kd Uwene, Thomas Jiolion, of lluhtouville, was in owner. The dog was Mibs Maynu- Lynu, white mohair, dia- Leu Hcrndon, Walter Saunders, Will the city, lie is honing for the bass fish Cmitorlft cttreB Colic, ConxtlpaUon, CMtorl U no well artI''1 UchUdrn tlit and was doubtless correct. Bour Stoinacli, Pinrrha-aa wealthy plant- monds and natural llowers; Will I recommeti.t ltaueriortoBiiy iirescriiUon Burton, Wix Dilllou and K, C. Walton. ing season. L. M. Gra lias bought of A. Toraiun, ouce Kill 'Wortu, ghi'S bWp, and promote dl- J. j 1. II. Idol his cottage on lvist Broadway II A Akciikr, M. 1)., Vnown to me " pestlon. er of ilorn Lake. Miss-- , went to Mem Injurious medication. WiUn lit So. Oxford St., IirooVljrn, N. Y, Near Georgetown :i pistol in tlio , lorTir-uu- .Miss Sue Rout, white uropc decliine, Advocate. for tlic'coining year. phis to g t supplies m Murray. Sirpjt,:H,.y. diamonds; J. C. Ileid. Ti Clntaur bauds of Porter Tarletui waa accidental-Tliu low nrico of cotton caused all mer Ninety-eigh- t young sawbones gradMiss .Bessie, lteid, pink ailk, pink ro- - ly discharged, Mightly wounding him j chants a.ul banker, to refuse bim, and, c; Carroll Hailey nnd Jesse I). Wears nuil seriously, if not fatally, wounding i uated from the Louisville Medical smarting under the humiliation, lw.kiHthis week. Mis-Mary Guett en. ed himself. EMTERTAINEO WTIff? n -- RE Iw-iiu-- w O r g, i ' c ' ol j i- i- - - , yul, TO THE FRONT , : C2 3. xtl c- n-- x-a- diib-ren- gal-Ste- "! lart SATISFACTION K . occa-und- SPRING DRESS GOODS inci-For- d i - j , Terp-tcho- re brnt-Hd- i; n. 3 i Blue-gras- HUGHES - lanes-down- e, - j w-- e . on-hn- a oit-tim- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, y r Stobt. I l.t tU.-atet- ea. - 1 I Toilet Articles Glass, Books, ' l.i-- U ! - 1 I WATCHES, GX.OCKS 51 & - )"! JCTrSLHY m 1 i OA-ey- .s a-- n j u,,. ti. TOf -- J1JJ "CCr WW J,Li8iJ-Per f If A -ns i eks THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. e, IB i Rates - coin-jmee- d . mother-in-law'- - Ovv-ley- n, --- J. B, FOSTEM FOR And all kinds ofjPIeld; and n. nt . 1 11 1 1 Seed Oats, Clover Seed, 1 ;$; k?& ToJi'Ki. j.I V cn-p- GARDEN SEEDS xir j , ; BBSiSH, SINE & MENEFEE, nDEjjEins WIBE DOORS KED BLINDS. 1 ' y WOVE1T AITD SLAT FEJTCB. Stanford, Ky. t i forget-me-nots- ;- ', and Yard Depot Street, 1 r j I - I 1 ...... hHMMM Infants Children. . Knu-tatio- - Ma-tlien- y. I -- 1 Cohi-an- t, Col-le- go C) i - GARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, Capt, II. ". Parrish, a prominent recorded TGJ-"YTR ? months izen of Winchester, dropped dead of i, wrwHJ Louisville in the past two Miss Mincie Kuh was married yes- T" WOM. WW.5 -' TZjm four in each month. If w o go through j heart disease. terday afternoon to a professor in the 1). & 0 , President Ingalls, of the C li nhnlA vpr at this trait, wo shad Institute, Danville. Stanford, Ky., - - March 4, 1892 I catch up with somo of our sister cities. placed an order with tho Richmond ln- - & D. Col. I). R. Collier, surveyor of the Louisville judges and comotive works for ten engines, 10x24- - port of Louisville, is hero this week. locomotives, Mrs. E. A. Paseoo has juries should remember Cincinnati's ex- -; inch cylinders, returned from a W. carnival of blood- - and for 15 20x24 consolidation engines, visit to Nicholasville. Dr. T.J. Hood is perienco and stop this Has ott exhibition at his "Model Grocery" a Monstrous Gourd, mens shed, before trie people arise and take These works hare recently delivered 11 in Indianapolis Htttending u special tiring 5 feet m circumference. He makes the following; w. tho law in their own hands. The latter engines to tno v. x course of lectures at tue Dental College. Wilttam Williamson, of Newport, Those whoattiuided the leap year pirty remedy would be deplored, but hemic remedies are necessary in obstinate cas- who shot and killed his neighbor, "Wild at Stanford say that they never had a es Bill" Thornton, two months ago, fell better time or were more rovally enter A iter Judge Thomas rendered tho de''cad Wednesday of apoplexy, doubtless tained. Miss Kate Wnldeii has return To any one buying a I lb. can Making Powder, price 50c, Tjik New York Herald, in what it calls cree divorcing Mario Nevina Blame from Kadi pur Jamep G. Blaine, Jr., the Secretary of b curefnllv prepared table, shows that of superinduced by dread of assassination ed from a visit to friends in Cynthiana. lie will give a beautiful niece of Decorated Oueensware t tho handsof Thornton's friends, who W. A. Berkele and Will Collier, of the chaser will be entitled to guess how many hen eggs fill the Gourd. Slate had published a loug htateient to the U00 rotes in the national democratic vo threatened to kill him. surveyors ollice, Louisville, are here this The party guessing nearest the number will be presented with a beaushow that tlio woman had done 'all the convention I Kill will receive LVSo. Cleve- At Fayette Corner. Teun , Uaton wevk. Mrs. T. W. Rcnl i visiting her tiful Water Set, worth and in fact had oduced uw un- land 205 and a Western man :o0. Of courting A A. WAKKKN. sophisticated son, who at the time of tho couisethis is the merest conjecture, as Rogers, an Alliance man, and his son, daughter, Mrs. Charley IMd, in Wood-fouMrs. W. R .Maris has gino t Inmarriage was less than IS years of nee. only Now York has spoken, and many 'Tom, tried to yntf at a democratic pri love letters changes in the situation may occur he- - mary, but were challenged br Ollleer dianapolis to ptuvhttse tho spring stock Ho copied largely from her of millinery for Mrs. Blanche Rigney. to prove his chaw and took occasion to fore the other State conventions aie Sam Hunter. In a quarrel which A fellow by the name of Scott came lowed, Hunter shot both, the son being who he claimed was par-- t pivo the priest, ......., to tow u Monday to get license to marry I.1H...I :.... ..t. mm .1... f, n...i uii; i.iiiii-iviiivm iiiBUiiui in the unholy alliance, i.im.i'i icons criininis The Courier-Journa- l mjm that every a Miss Hstis, daughter of old man Estis, live. pome straight blows from the hhoulder. Large and Fre A Stock cf member ot the present Kentucky delenow in jail. The girl Dread typhus still claims its two or the This aroused the priest's iro and he re- gation in Congress is a candidate for retorted pretty sharply. Old Mrs. Xovhii. election. It is to ba hoped that at least three victims per day in New York city, being underage, he was . informed that camobnek like a whirlwind ami now me four will have their ambitions crushed. but the alarm has mainly subsided, and he must get the written consent of the young woman herself publishes a long For a State with so many able men, Ken- it is believed that the energetic meas- old gentleman. He went to the jail and resorted to will soon cheek anil ex- for more than an hour pleaded to the letter in which she charges that the tucky, with about three exceptions, ures Onion Sets, Means, Peas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; The disease wus old man, but all was in vain. After leavof State has garbled her letters to makes a poor showing in the House of terminate the iie-- t. demands that he brought over in a Riitsian steamer from ing tlii'ljrtil he concluded to sign the old also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and prove his point and Representatives. ' the famine districts. miu's iirtine to the required document, Mattocks. publish them in full. Upon his failuie In Allen county Ilricgs Caldwell shot aid doing so, went to the clerk's olliic says she will printtheui herA iui.l. is before the legislature to pay to do so she Collars, Haines, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Hridles, Halters, Kc. Slnrtly alself and "prove to the world that your coroner's jurors 52. We protest against and killed Fount Justica and CIhs. Han- nnd the license was The State would be cock. There was an oldgrudg. between ter the now happy fellow left town, eon was far from a weakling and that such extravagance. & you, his proud father, well kuew it long bankrupted in a year. The author dots Briggs and Justice and meeting at a dis- Deputy Clerk Claude Wherritt caught me." The fight not know, probably, that there are sev- tillery, where they had rilled up with onto the racket and sfdiriiu a buggy, hpfore he married groom promises to be to the finish, with the eral murders, a few homicides and other whisky, they began to fight. Hancock struck out after the would-b- e took the part of Justice, with the re- Claude made him give up the license and victorious, and the scandal mon- violent deaths in the grand old woman sult stated. Caldwell has not been ar- his fondest hopes were blasted. verv often in a day. gers are smacking their months in glad On Tuesday afternoon young Sam rested. anticipation. The judge who granted Senatok I'ai.mkk say.s that Cleveland Rothwell, son of Mr. Gideon Rothwell, I land Saws, that old Mrs. Haines, tho divorce intimated FEEDING SCIENTIFICALLY. who lives in the upper end of the counKey Hole Saws, Blaine was the prime cause of the sepa- is stronger in Illinois than any other canHorse Shoos, Axes, I latchcts, ration and that is what finally stirred didate for the presidency, and that is the Result of i:xxrlliirntN lit llin .Miioucliti-!- ! ty, came to town and surtendered himHor.sc Shoe Nails, .Vurlriilln r.il Station. self to the sheriff, stating that he had Hammers, up tho hornet's net in the Blaine man- case everywhere except New York, Hoisu Hrushcs, of Tammany, an Theie are three classes or substances shot and killed a iiihii iimucd Rtggsby. sion. It would seem that the old lady which is under the rule traces. Hits, Curry Combs, give value to food for animals oi It will be remembered that Mr. Gideon ought to remember some things and not organizatfon which makes a business of that Hog Ringers. human beings fat, protein ami carbo- Rothwell was thrown from a horse some Drawing Knives. politics, and is always out for the tutl'. bo too hard upon young women, even if Spirit Levels. hydrates. The fats are pure fat or oil Hog Ring. ago and so badlv hurt that his leg to form a promising nl- thy do connive very .similar to the pure fats found in time Planes, Mattocks, a democratic One year from Steel Traps, had to ne amputated. Mure then he las liance. Shovels, Spades, presideut will be inaugurated if the lead meat or butter. The protein is the Tinx) Mouse Traps, that is in the animal system ti been at the house of a neighbor, being I Sand Paper, Supreme Court, of the United ing democrats do not, as they seem de make muscle and lean meat. These can unable to he inoud home On Satur- Forks, lay Knives, The Mon-da- v termined to do, make fools of them- not be made from f.tttv IoimI protein i day last, while Mi. Rothwcll's wife was Trace Chains, Lap Rings, Repair Links, States handed down three opinions at his bedside, Rigshy went to A Nice line Cutlery. In the three selves. Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. absulntely necestmry for stu-- formation of great importance. home and outraged his The carbohydrates comprise siuh sub daughter The girl did not tell the suits brought by importers to test the NEWSY NOTES. stances as starch, sugar, etc.. which are family what had taken plno until Tiit-sconstitutionality of the McKinley law leThe Kentucky Fish and Game As made over by the animal into fat as nny. l oung itowiweii iien procured a iniquitous measure is declared that butter, tallow or poik. shotgun, loailtd witliiliickslioi, hikI findsociation will hold a convention at Fra gal, though the court refrains from There need lie no difficulty in under ing Riggshy, mptied the contents of of its proApril li). itself on the justice standing these terms if we remciuboi both haired into his ln.nl Rigcsby is Forty fishermen were frozen to mai mc tar ami me rnrDoiiyurntes can bad1 hint mil lis ncovery is iloiiht-t- il visions. The court also declares the rec make anything but fat meat iprocity clause of the bill did not trans- death along the coast of Newfoundland not or butter, and the protein cannot possi legislative power to the presideut, during the recent cold sell there fer the Stephen Hite was convicted at lily make fat meat, but only lean or but simply gave him the power to deOKAI.KK IN- according to Louisville for the uiurder of Albert muscle. The fats are more valuable termine whether the tune, than the carlxjliydrate. lieentise thev tho requirements of Congress as to the Baurman and sentenced to death. are more dtgestible and more ensih A committee of Georgia democrats act taking effect, had arrived. In the mado into meat or butter. In fact, when latter opinion, however, Chief Justice has issued an address to the people of figuring the value of a feeding ration Fuller and Justice Lamar did not concur, the State, urging organization in the in- tcientists consider the fats equal m value to the protein, and both worth ulxint five though they believed the reciprocity terest of Cleveland. Tho Rhode Island democratic con- times as much, pound for pound, as the clause constitutional. The court further p can carbohydrates. finds that the rules of the House, allow- vention has selected delegates to the stand that all these classes easily nndei of substance ing the Speaker to count members pres tho National convention and instruct ed must Ik fel and that trouble will follow Our stock of Men's, Hoys' and Indies Shoes was ent as part of the quorum required by them for Mr. Cleveland. if we give too much of one and too lit Deputy Warden S. 0. Nunn, for th e tie of another. the constitution, whether they voted or These foods as bought at Amherst con not, were constitutional and legal. The shooting and wounding of Z. J. Montcourt will plea9e now pass on the consti- gomery, general manager of the Mason tained thcfollowing quantities of these tutionality of the act of Speaker Reed in & Foard Co., was .acquitted at Eddj-vill- three feeding substances in pounds jhji ton: wearing a belly band while on duty, and a3rVe buy them direct from the manufacturers Than now Col tun Wc will excuse it for the pres Corn- - Wheat In the Milwaukee yards of the St. MtiMtiKihitcii the people can give you a better Shoe for the money than can be found else bran, meal inritl. Intnl. tncal. Paul road, a local passenger train ran Fat ent . ISO 131 SS an M where. into a workmen's train in a siding anil Protein.. a.? MX) ICT. CAI Nil ouly man in Loving. W. Gaines, the A Crrara of Tatter HAinc I'awilcr ef Hicl'eit killed seven men. Etnii Bartell had vw nil In tcaiemni; Mrengtli C S (xnrrnmcnt r.i5 t.un i.:rii 2 the world who runs a daily paper in o"ne carelessly left a switch open. Aug. 17, 1SS9 State and a weekly in another, has at l.TOft Total.... I.BTU4 1.(13 1.(27 Tliirty-fivUA of the 42 siilors injured last ended his caieer of old bachelorhood in the Chilian riot have filed claims Tho substances that go to make up KEEP YOUR EYE and taken t hiuiBe'f a wife. The inter against that government, varying from tho full 2.000 jiouuds in each ton are In Lace Curtains, Scrims and China Drapery. Willard Howater, ash and cellulose. Aidi is what eating event occurred at the ON SloO.OOO down to ?:?0,000. The total is left after burning the whole food it tel, Louisville, Monday night, when he amount asked is $2,005,000. Some very choice Patterns in nice Dress Goods; you would do well is useful for manure. Cellulose is that wife Miss Kinina Lewis, a handtook to The ocean cables of tho world now part of tho food that is entucly indito examine now and buy early. Elkton, Ky., belle. They had gone stretch over 120,200 miles There are some gestible. to the city to hear Patti and agreed that One dollar's worth of corn will give a cables in all, nearly all of English lengths in Kid Gloves: White and Onera !Sce our 16 and then and there it wouldjhe most oppor- manufacture. Mose all of the cables a re largo quantity of carbohydrates and Color; all sizes. so and spent tune to splice. They did owned and operated by private corpo- comparatively littlo fat and protein, while one dollar's worth of linseed meal the first hours of their honeymoon lis- rations. gives lesa oarliohydrates and a great tening to the Divine Diva. Mr. Gaines incorrigible girls in the IndiThree is editor and proprietor both ot the ana Woman's Prison and Reform School de.il more of the others. In fact, the Round-hous- e, Clarksville, Tenn , Daily Progress and set fire to the building in order to escape com has too little protein while tho liti seed meal has too much. It would pa and the Elkton, Ky , Weekly Progress, On all Winter Goods, and burned it to the ground. Their li better to buy one dollar's worth of each is a man of much force of character and was short lived, however The los of the?e foods and mix them than to hii May this new undertaking energy. two dollars worth of either one. A is :;oo,ooo. good sized cow should 'digest each day prove the most pleasant and protitab e of whisky m The total production food enough to contain 21 lmnds ol of his life and enable him to count addi- the State during January is given at '.), protein, 12K pounds of carbohydrates tional Gaines every year, for a do.en cr 7(52,210, of winch the Louisville district , and Jfi pound of fat, or more the so at least. the "th, produced 1,712, LSI gallons. In same projortion. A portion of tins may bo fed cost. Juuue M. C.Sauflky, ot this place, the lust;seveit months 8,0;! 1,081) gallons silage, in the form of hay. fodder or en but the grain is needed to give his candidacy for the demo- have been made. announces OK We have now in stock" a good assortment of the Hucher & Gibler's The United States Supreme Conit tho ration strength without adding too cratic nomination for circuit judge in much to itb bnlk. Imperial Plows, Tllb' Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows this district, no matter what counties are refused the application of Anarchists The problem is to buy tho grains that and get prices before you buy. Saulley's long Fielden and Schwab for writs of hubM s! bring most to tho fnnn tor tho money Holected to form it. Judge corpus. They will have to serve their If ftltlTl lllll-t-f rnttnTl urwwl fiinul nr lin practice of law and his distinguished serboth in his native life sentences in the Joliet penitentiary, beed meal ho would bo foolish to feed it vice on the bench, unless pardoned. with tho samo measure used in feeding State and elsewhere, peculiarly fit him Theilight between Robert Kitzsim-nioncorumeal or bran. Six pouuds of corn for the position he seeks and if the demthe champion middle-weigof meal might havo tho best effect on a cow ocracy of the district should honor him, if fed with clover hay, while six jiounds 2? proud of its the world, and Peter Maher, the Iiitdi of cotton seed meal, he will give it cause to be costing the saint champion, at New Orleans, resulted in a is no liner judge of law action. There victory forjthe former, Mabei giving up monoy. might kill her, becauso it would supply too liiuch protein. We doubt if in the State, nor a moie worthy and acDKAIXK IN- it will pay any fanner to feed heavily of complished gentleman, and his friends in ttie lL'tli round. Chailet Wigginton, one of the pris concentrated foods unless ho is willing are confident that his fitness will ho aponers sentenced to the penitentiary for to give up tho "forkful" and quart sys preciated and his ambition gratified. life for the poisoning of Win. Ferguson tern and feed by tho scales with the idea Breck Watts, last of giving so niiyiy pounds of fat, protein chairman of the State and hi8 Gkn. Castleman. AND PROMPTLY DONE. committee, has called a meet- spring, died at the county jail 111 Mont- and carbohydrates to each animal in executive stead of so much "hay and grain.' ing of its members at Louisville, March gomery, of consumption. work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . Tables of analyses are now easily ob o Patti packed the Auditorium at 18th, to fix time and place for the State tained and the fanner can figure them I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods ami raked inja shining,of cenvontiou to select delegates to tho naout. I11 these times of high pnees it Louisville and an tothe amount of $10,000. She wasiiniisu- - will jwy any farmer to figuro on this tional convention. early date in April seem to be the incli- ally gracious and responded to three en- -' ' matter. Too many farmers aro buying -cores, when bIib sang "Home Sweet comment for protein, which ia just nation. & unying saweu aDOlu IU Home," "Coming Through the Rye" and planed lumber for firewood. Thb report that Senator David B. and "Ivlinborolown." V Hill is about to commit matrimony is no Mrs. X. iiouton, living near DanDrawing Money for ChrUttum. doubt a weak invention of his friends to ville, Ia Iihs given birth to a remarkable J C5.2rSV(! TftTJirv It is stated that two days beforo Christwvwx . in his candidacy. At any freak of humanity, which promises to oxcite interest mas day, 1801, no fewer than 28.000 rata it will take an actual marriage to eclipse the world famous Siamese twins. notices of withdrawal reached the e Ia Receiving' His convince moat people of its truth. Two girls were born whose bodies are Savings bank. On sovoral occagrown together, face to face. There are sions 2.1,000 notices of withdrawal have 1 J. H.BKKNT, of Paris, has been ap four fully developed feet and hands both been received, but 28,000 Is the highest pointed by Gov. Brown to fill the vacan- bodies being grown solidly together. number received in ono day since the 9 cy on the superior court bench, occasion- The remarkable offspring is alive and establishment of tho department. LonGoods Warranted and aPcrlect Fit Guaranteed. me call. well. don death of Judge Van Brown. ed by the Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Etonr murders havo been I cit-agai- nst , t M C'rirjr m'a imIf kr.mi ivi t '- w , ! Courier-Journa- l. F. WALTON. ten-whe- el A. A. WARREN first-class SIX : PAGES. LIBERAUOFFER: $. l. fol-hel- d. JUST RECEIVED 1 j wire-stretch- See-reta- iy GARDEN SEED FAHRXS HARDXINr. j Com-monwoal- th SHELF HARDWARE. 1 i -- to-da- y s u.-t- l Ruth-well- 's - MoKIlTITEir BROS. -- nk-so- rt - y SEVERANCE & SON, - -- PyAL Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Shoes, &c. A e. ! ArC POWDER Absolutely Pure Never More Complete : Kt-po- rt, The Newest : Things Freight divisions, R. R. Junction, CORBIN. She's coming. n I GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRIGES 111 Repair Shops, College & churches Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, For particulars, Address Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladles' Cloaks at at first CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Imp'nt Co.; Corbin, Ky. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. k s, ht CD o I 5 r3 if m w f; i1 ROBT. FENZEL -- son-in-la- span 2 WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY Lou-iirill- sAll M.RUPLEY, iwhtMkmim.""" rvTiiv Ta lilfett w Post-oftic- " 5 a 8 ol Spring & Summer Goods mn "to 30 Gie Tit-Bit- s. K&wltiA i.i'i n 1I1 1 Mllfltoiri 1 CjAIa4,: wmmmmmimmmmm LJ rje--s Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Kym - f. ! t f wr ;- - .r tv spot ou tho coiling, nnd Bay my prayers forward and backward, and then I think LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. of sheep going over a fonco, but it isn't eczema, and al! othor any use. 8.0.WAUT0N, Intended for Tuesday's Isiue. as I'm tossing around I think I Then blood QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Uraun's store-rooon l,cxingtoti hear soino ouo 6aying: "Gcorgo, get up. street, has received a new coat of paint. Light tako ROTORUA. f C'OlttilllK Hllll It's half past 7." mi till! AllltjlH'l Mr Hiram Iliutt has puivliR"d tho MiiWIrnllii; IVoil, "All right. In a minute." L. 13. I.. "I nil using u Teed mill The Wonderland or New Zealand Described farm of Ancol Ueorg", known ns tlie old "Georgo, get up, or you'll bo Into." cob itud all, I.usk boniest nd, near town, and will which grinds up "Oh, no: I won't bo Into. Just a few by a Visitor. it will In a luttor to It H' (it'ori1 O. Harm's, move to it At once. Mr. liiatt is a form- milking the grunts about the size of minutes longer." hominy. Is it advisable to moisten Ute . "George, you'vo got to bo at tlio office relievo and euro er citizen of Lincoln county, but of Ibiv. Jiiiiuw Wiseman, aflvrcoinnxjiHliiiL' feed or is it juet us well to feed it dry to at 8. You'd bettor hustlo." ytftirs bus lived in Missouri. lib now hook, "Cnido and Credulity," dyspepsia, nervous tho Htook?" "Oh, all right. Right away. So com The Washington dispatches indicate write of a wonderful Medina of that fur Thore are two schools of feeders, from fblo hero can't debility, and pret' soon Unit wo Hie xm the eve of complications each of which a different opinion would oil' land, which wo urn ponnitttul to IMoMvd tired feeling. witli a foroigu power, compared with In? given on this ijuestion. Soino sucfor tlio benefit of our renders; Bleep. J Harvard Lampoon. I was away lit Tuuraiiija I ro which our recent troubles with Chili ceed uilminthl.v in the urn of slops in the Whllo "v-.-..f- t ,...u.,. I i......t reived a letter from lionu', to havoamither dwindle into insignificance. It st'omsi fi t t.,ii,itr (it, is.ikuti . flitf.L .. ,...,.....,. a Tlio Feather I(iiK. will euro you. results, "ml '"w'"" l two weekn' holiday, ho I nrrang.'d to uo to that tho Herman minister lias had the ly in fineni-of finish, may bo nttaiued . atiilacity to allow bis survan s to hangi,.. Uotorun, tho wonderland of New ' by starting the fattuiiig process with . out in Mb front yard, directly opposite ,, KnM,lluUy discontinuing where tho boiling water holes, ( oiHt fwHis S Hern of various biz-huratinn up; mil tlie residence of an A.niericnn citizen of. tlioir use by changing to moro solid and Tlio mnllot. PHI In tho World. I --. phur hoh'i and sulphur lakes, various IriHli diMHNMit, thit entire washing of the dry feeds. Very few feeders arc situ- 10 W s colored of every shade, to fiunily, and, tisi, upon a ilay when the utod so as to ninungo tho wot feeding QofrccrultlnKlicaUli Is llHcovcrcl fn dark black mud thumlerini; away almost aforesaid son of tlie Kineruld Isle was in ' lrocwin a systematic, economical nmn- taking this into consideration, w. continuously. I visited tin) sanitarium tlie act of giving a public otitortalnmeiit to his friends. I he aid of the secretary togoUior with the extra cost for Ipreparafor invalids. tion of fooii in this iiiiiiinor, beliovo ft k n very beautiful hnilditu; of wood' of state has been invoked to ulmlo lb.' lIml mml fllers ,K,ttyr work ftloIlg witii n small park around it, with imita nuis.incennd if thishhoulil fail, tho at-- tbo dry prwe lino. It is very certain MX In IIiiTiiirrctlont, nick lipnilnclic.ilys- - Up -; tion niyera playing. They rise, and fall tention of tint president will probably be' that such fowl as ia described by our ot)l.i, ll.itnlcncc, liriirtliurii, billon Q r r' li l.Jran' fV f colic, oruiitlon of the skin, nml nil . ''( j RV14can jirotluco an animal called to the matter, and if thinirs are corrpoinl aueordintr to tho natural heat of tho trnuliles of the bowrls, tliclr cumllvo J IVt .'WWBf ur IT?f utTcctiinroiuiirtclous. springs. Tliuy aru fenced oir by a not righted, a message m.iv be netit to;hishwl in a very sntisfactory manner, rrcllvoiimTcll n a gentlo cathnrtlc. y l ono "ot '"liov ll wi V'li'Jor niilini; around a boilinir hole. Near by, Congress apprising tliat bo'ly of tho con-- ; f1"1 ' Very innall unci einy to take, l'rlcp, & . 13c. OHIce, 30 & 41 I'ark l'lure, . Y. , "V.4""?1 l"e ' " " within a fow feet, in a tennis lawn. It ditlonofatlai.s. The situation is evi-To merely moisten tho ground lias drain pipes let down at tho oornorh dentlv alarming, but those who werofoe,, wf ,mVo Uttlo or no eircct. Tlio Mrs. Murphy Och, Dennis, yez will as n vent, ho you can imagine yoursolf anxious for war with Cliili. are rejoiced mn ,0 it choapor and just ns sat- - have tor do widont thor feather boil, nu ovur a boiling lake. There are several at another opportunity to get tlio conn- iafactoiily by going to tho drinking dear, but yez have a fashionable diessed kinds of baths. Poinu of tho water is try into a tight. It is true that Genua trough wftir ho has swallowed tho dry lady fur a woife. Harier's Bazar. vrtry fltroiujly impregnated wjth sulphur. ny is Homo.wh.tt larger than Ohili, bnt'B"""- Besides. I think tho steer will Higliest cash market price Ipaid I,,:e butlur """ wIl0 6omo lr.v It 1)1(1 lliivo n Serious Look. Thoy cull it tlio I'riccU It seems tlien tliero is Gen. ICIkins in tlie war de-- ! wtcr" r it. " for Thero was onco a man who bad a a pries!, in tiic early days, was cured of pHrtu.ent, whose exploits on munv I would not think of cooking such ,..." con-wooden le. Tho man was an officer in rheumatism in it. Some of tho other of battle, especially around political few,f Mh.VM)( llmt thoro Jrt II0 ovidenco tho Union army. Ho had lost his water is of a very hoft nature. It feels volitions, have fitted him in every way t m, to H,owthiit oven tho fuol would Shanisbiiri;. But tho wooden log was to wiold the Hinews of war witli dexteri- be jsnd for by such a process. If pos- - uncli a good ono like air, so toft ! that its ownor still &C. at Then is a bath called the IJlue Hutli. ty, and we may licniefort'i defy not only ' biblo v two or thrco pounds of oil meal passed for a liijied, even among somo of hty. which will liavo a most excellent lii.s intimate friends. It Is tilled with this soft, hot water It Chili aiiiLGcrmanw but all tlie powers & CO., M. F. largo Ono day a runaway negro, a contra is made of concrete and is O'J fWt lone of tlio fiirili combined. So now, Mr onrrwtivo effect band, strolled into camp, and tlio ofilcei SS ryr STANFORD, KY. tako in your dutlH, nnd Hpolo-Ki- uinontit of nntriiniiU and nlwut '20 with, and nut a graduated Miniftcr, W. II. 11.. "I am feuding Bteora to Patrick O'lLifi-rly-, or by tlie that w.n IiimI 1.(1111 iKJitntls Kmo trriLsi engaged biin as his body bcrvnnt depth of three to six feet, to four feet from After looking long upon tho wino one nine inches Its temperature is IX) to !) lioiy .Mosoj, w'll ecare tbu life out of tlu'esf ut.xiths ago. I havo fed whole Scientific American night at a hloie dinner, tho officer came ' degrees and it is continuously flowing' )''z! corn t'.rtw uioiitlis and tu'ioct thorn ; Agenoy for homo to his tent. Ho called his contraweigh 1,300 ponudH Jan. 1. Now.can ovur. In flu? PiiniH buihliiu Is a Hiilphur band to help him pull off his boots. Kv F K. Kirllf y, of the Clirlctinn jail on S0 pounds of (lesli iu two months huh called n .Sitr. Hath. The Hiilphur i "Now, Sam," ho said, ,4bo careful. supplied from a natural hole and enn be cliurcii nt Franklin, Ind., miih lodged in by grinding the corn and mixing it with Ono of these Iwots is tight, and it 'most caktf pulls my leg out to get it off. Kosides. and bran regnlatod by a lever. You sit iu it, shut tbo pfiiitt'iitiury Tiiusday to nerve tvo cut foddvr or haydollars, oil or oil twenty-tBrans cost twelve cako I feel rather flimsy. yeiirn for forxt-rup iu a box, with your htmd out, and a wo dollars per ton." OAVEAT8. 'IVe alius- - keerfnl, boss," replied Sam. According to tlio best information couple of towels around your neck, to TfeADE MARK8. If tl.a stivn. have fel wholo corn nnd he cnrefully removed the first boot. available, UO.tXW.OOO people are Htarvini: for tii;ee iiiDiiths DESION PATENTS prevent tho fumes coining into your doubt if S00 ikhiiuIs COPYRIGHTS, etc. When the contraband began to pull and L'0,(KH) in Hungary, while additi iu.t tlsh rati be put 011 iu shay Iu about ten minutes you are in free Handbook write to at the other Inwit tho officer loosened the For information nnd llHOAmvAV, New York. Stl'NN x CO.. SCI liretid riots are of ihiily oecnrrenco in V- days. If the animals have been gaining straps properly cooked; then you plunx? i nto of tho wooden leg a little. Sam Oldcf t bureau for necurltur patents In America. brought tho larv swimming batli; after tliattlicre ienna, lierlin and other Ktiropeun caji- - rapidly this feeder will find 2 or 2 j pulled hard and things camo witli a Kvery patent ataken out by us la of charge beforo In the tbe public by notice given Ireo khumIs a day a very good gain for tho rush. itltlH. tan (louche bath it M renin two inclies lust two months. Of coun-- there will Tlie Deniorrttlc Wigwntn for the "There! Thero! I told you to bo thick, of hot water, falling very heavily. nntivniilimi nt fliiniun will tin l(rl)x,'A0 be no profit in further feeding from tho careful," shouted tho oflicor as tho leg It gives you a regular knocking about. nreest circulation of any scienUno paper In tho gain made of itself, the advantage be- camo oil. "I was afraid you'd pull that world. Splendidly Illustrated. No lntplllnent After that, you have tho ordinary cold feet in Hiz, witli room for ."00 on tho ing in the increase in tho market value log off." man should bo without It. Woeklr. K:.IIO a Xa fix months. Address MUNA 4 CO, shower, to tliilsh up It is tho most lux- utiiite, aeeoiiiniodHtioiis for loO leiiorlns of the whole carenm. Tho change from ' Sam saw tho log protruding from the years I'CuusuEits.SGl Broadway. New York. and ppnee for 12,000 spectators. The cotl whoh corn to conimeal should lie made top of tho boot which ho had pulled off. urious bathing ever I indulged in, nnd gradually and in nuili a miiuuur as to in His oris bulged out like a lobstor's and A Specialist With a State RepU- clioap. The lot for sixpence, except the will be 2I,0(K). A treaty of nrbitration between the no way mine the fiantity of grain con- - ho yelled just onco as ho sprung tor tlio Hulphur bath; thnt is another (kl. tation for Curing Obscure IJnllel States and Ure.it Britain tins at muiicni. uo not iiiieinnt to intx it witli door. I went to swi the grefft rift in tlie Tar t.... Chronic Diseases. ., .... ....,.. .. cut corn fodder, hay or 11113 coarse feed 1. ...1 .. "Lemmo go, lonimo go!" ho Blirioked, nitfHH lliminlai., II ..., .....k mm t uilllliillii mas uvuii uj.ii.njirti iui sun nuuiiii-iat tins time, for 1 do not think the ani- as ho dashed through tho group outside. ulmni f.inr .,, 11... vnm uj. !, WHIH ) of the controversv in reirani to tlio IJehr- - mals will take kindly to such a mixture "I novor dono nufiin, I novor done Uaitapo allr.y, wliunt I saw the Cli ti - ini; Sen stiil tlliiTiti to a bo ird of seven after having been throe months ou wholo nufiin!" And ho was still yolling when corn. Keep tlw course fodders in n rack ho aisappeared pngne Pool. They uevor saw him in It is a s.tlpury, MIM ineiuhfiH for settlement. Frank Martin, 10 years of ago, has by thoinsclvos. Mix oil meal or bran or camp again. Boston Horald. lake, snrroiiiidfd by Itmeh, whie.i is been given a life sentence at I'ineville, loth with tlie meal. At the prices named coiiipoiatl of alum and sulphur, Ac, for bran mid oil meal I should use wnne made to of both, being governed largely by tite Science llrfuddlcd. like sand. Thu ui,,. took a when he ought to have Dr. Optycusa You aro standing at double hnudfiil and Ihmw it into tho pud hi'inp. II" got inul at Williiitn choice V'f the steers themselves. A good Hrooks and next dny wnylaid and shot ration for a 1,200 pound steor would be eighteen feet. Can you rend thoso letpool and it coniineiired to almost boil. two iHJuuds of bran with three or four ters? Alter that he took us to the alum imvi'm liot li it it ti doath witli a W'iuubester. Pat ion t No, sir. A Virginia construction and im- - of oil meal and from ten to twelve of Hiilphur holes and tb new hmmiti,.,, Dr. Optycuss Approach two feet conimeal. Professor Honry in BreedMHiiothiiiK like tlie "Ternioes' that wore l,roVl'mo,lt winpanv Is s?olK nearer. Now? er's linsctto. 0Vl'r,, m'",0 'o1!hm in the erection of lentroyed t the time of the eruption. Patient No, sir. II cud. , Trin- - I'orrlK-riintlHil alter tlie stylo ol the 1'otice oe After weelnj Uh. vnrl...... ii.,Dr. Optycuss This is strange. Come , .... i.i. .mill trtxiu We reproduce from The Kural New four feot nearer. Now? Iahiii, in Florida, at the eolobrated nig cautiously over irround, tvliieb Pa-Patient No, sir. on the C. kO. load. The place Yorker tho above fine illustration as rep- is rather slinky, to a lUpu Dr. Optycuss Most remarkable case I is an idoal HUinmer resort. Wliare, or niitlv.i houe, where we found evor met. Stand four feet away from a dean table, with a vvhjt,. taolwloth, tho chart. Can you read now? ,1toili .I'olnt. P ales, Klntfi'8, Ac , arnuige.l for the Patient No, sir. un A liog broodor illustrates the differ of tourists. Dr. Optycuss Great Pisistratus! am I once lH.'tvtNti a man and a lio thus: "A After lunch, we v., re again taken to men's digestion fails Imforo liis appetite mad? Young liian, you aro tho most remarkable enso that has come to mv ex s'e tlie CiiHiiiiiKin. Pool; bv tlmt time does. A liog's appetite fails boforo his perieuce. You conquer inc. You can two and a half hours, the" rt digestion dints." rBIAsVl know more nliout yourself than I do J. O. T LulTlHIl Ifl. process hml gone on and the pool Cotton glowers are uiiusually dcotir 7 for Havo you any idea why you can t read elKht feoj nil around was sparkling THE CELEBRATED Muni' parts of tlie south. The like ageii these letters? lemonade, with beautiful colored, ti,10 old system was for the pbiutor to run Patient Perhaps because 1 never " in debt for supplier, from the time one bubbles. We then were driven, part learned to read. Jewelers' Circular. tSjUS'HSJl M of ootton crop war mII tilt tjie ne.xt grew the way, back to Kotorun, ami turned Kvttn Ins pork lie miportcNl from the Formtrly Professor of Practice of Medicine, A tOfiurrlRlu, up a mountain side, until north, when us good Mirl: ..oretl Love Letter as the country we faced the old Tarratwra Miss iiatilda Snowball, having closed Electrical Medical College, Mountain. afTonls can be made iu tlie ny At the highest point of the old tho door, approached tho lady of the A powerful olfbrt i TORONTO, CANADA, mountain every farmer. houso in a most mysterious manner, and the rift was seen, like as if it had been being made o indtico agriculturists Now Examining Physician of the asked as a favor that her employer write severed by t knife, one end falling IDKAI. OF apart the cotton states to quit the old waste- resenting IlKAI) ideal IMtKClir.UON HOUSE, ful, dependent inetlKsls and raise upon the head of tho beautiful a letter to Sam Johnsiug. and looking like a first cut in a Southern Medical Institute, "plum "What do you want 1110 to write?" iluff" The white clay was spread for their own ground live stock, grain of all Porcheron horbo. The mighty muscles " Writo to him dat I was at de corner LOUISVILLE, KY. kinds and fruits and vegetables. When of tho neck and breast aro particularly many miles to tho right or further ,pinted hournn(1 clnt h0 (Uan,, end the southern farmer does this tie will uoticeable. of tho mountain. The small lake I was be for the tirst tune independent. Tlie Drawing tlio I.lne. ' on, Kotoiiiahai.iH, somo viiiht "Well, i havo got that down." 29, ago, eouth is tlie grainiest (Hinltry region in Tho lines of stud book registration aro "Den add tor dat ar: 'I consols myself ,. wiiH buried up; also both tho pink" this Union. His own hogs, hotter, eggs narrowing. Blood will bo tho only open to 6 p. m.. one day only, returning rromoa. in. ami ecry (our weeks duriug the year "whitu" terimvs;andn gradual sweep jKJultry and heef will enable tho south sesame. The American Clydesdalo as- Wid do foild liopo yOU Was kep llWay by our only tnio mo, Matiuly Dr. Applemanis a graduate cf llellevtic Hospitbicitiiess. i crn tanner to live like prince, it does sociation now takes their place, h is partly after ISIW will record no inarc Snowball.' "Texas Sif tings. coval Medical College, New York City, and theElec. pay to raise all these tilings at home ' that does not show four crosses of registrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has ered by a roiiKh. scray The u'kui the farm. ' made a sp'cial study ot the diseases he treated in Iaririt TauiTit Ink., .....; . .. tered bins and no stallion that docs not .1 " ""niiuen IIDOIll iiie Nut 1'usy Going. the Kicat Ilellevuc and Charity Hospital for scv Bulletin No. sno. It so.no 13 miles Ion V0 had periment station 7 of the Michigan e.v show tivo Mich crosses. This will ox end yeirs and recogniies 110 superior in diagnosing "Now," said young Snimpkins, at and trt'.itinir Chronic Diseases He devotes all ij.xuiii.stivejcli.de many animals eligible to record tieats m a pleasant drive home to Jtotorua. The manner ot glanders 111 uorc.- and the iu the Scotch stud book. It is a sharp 11:30 p. m., "people say 1 am a lazy man his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in next day I visited "Whak-rew- a known a advance of the standard and means that and that I never hurry nor hustlo. Do this class of cases is well established. Treats sue rowa" human familj Tlie geysers. They were throwinit you think that is true?" ccsstully, and up boiling farcy is also discussed. tho formative period is passing. water almost 15 f.et high, lln,Un "Well," replied Clarissa, suppressing And now comes tho American CleveThe dilference botween glanders mid a creek Cures a yawn, "I don't thiuk you hurry much, every now and then you i.i.IJ ,..., farcy, according to lailletin 78 of the land Bay Society of America with tho still I should never call you an easy go- Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, . ........ an , Michigan station, noises like reports nf .:u..,n is this: The term adoption of the following rule: Deafness, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, .aauai Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Illadder troubles. 1 Ins society will not accept for regis- - ing young man." glanders is iued when tho interior of the seo tho mud thrown, in quickmill Ilright's Diseato. Di. betes, Dyspepsia, Coasti- And then ho didn't go. Elmira Gasiicccs-- nos0i jj,,, iullj,s or other portions of ion, abovo the level of tl 10 the try after tho elosoof volume 3 of its Btud muuii, svucumausni auu araiysis, npucpsy or creek wnter. organs of respiration are affected, while book any animal showing a direct zette. Kits positively cured. .. , lftm ..a m .1 .. ... ..I'liii nu.' muilnn Vh. ...-- . IIHS ... Young or middle aged men sintering from Sper- II 'I' tho name farcy is used when tho outside thoroughbred cross: thnt is, whoso sire A Suggestion. matorrnen, Itupotency, Eruptions, the results of church, on a point of land full ofDllllt or dam is sireu by a thoroughbred or me ixxiy is aiiack-eu- . errors or excesses, snoum can Deiore it is too late uianuers can"This nig doesn't look liko an an- Ve gurantee a cure if esse has not gone loo far sulphur and boiling water hole. m, not bo communicated from ouo horso to horso." Tho tique," said tho purchaser. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face Maoriea boil their food by letting This draws the lino at most of the permanently removed into a another from the breath. The infection "It is, though," said tho salesman. liolu fastened by a flax rope, is spread from the offensive matter that Yorkshire coachers which have hereto"Let's tako it," said the purchaser's ami some- America is fore been admitted iov maKB ,ra box, with ... at tl ,u is discharged, and thisor found ut public Cleveland Bay Stud to the Breeder's wife. "We'll put it in tho nursory for a y.ui lath Book. horse troughs, stables upon hui'iiess. ...,- bottom, nnd mil . . week and lot tho children piny on it. It j As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., ' Gazotto. remedies. J. ' " ,,0",n "oh',, blankets, etc, a -- . will look a thousand years old then. ' cured by never failingsuch as Leucorrhea, painful ,v .uc ,.t . or moat cooked by Diseases of women, This is how Field and Funn sizes it up: Iu Montana and adjacent portions of New York Sun. Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, bearing the steam. They cover the foot! down pains in hack, "relieved in short time. over Keuiembur pasturing takes tivo acres to tho northwest horses, cattlo and shoop The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments wiwi gunuy nags. Tho Maories are each cow for six months: soiling feeds a aro unusually freo from disease, pasturOffice, Either. and comes prepared to examine the most obscure Not for ... nnnllfwl I... il.n t medical and sjrgical cases nio lUiiriHltjiin III H niim o...l cow on ouo acre tor six months; ensilage age was uncommonly good early in the ,.""" "J 1 stand with your father?' He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures the easy modo of living makes things feeds a cow on ono aero for a wholo year." season ami beef cattlo and other lire he"How do hundreds given up to die. asked. worse for their moral character. I went into tho winter in excellent Look hero. A Chicago paper asks: stock I don't think, Georgo," Bhe answered, WHs condition. CONSULTATION FREE driven through a magnificent after some thought, "that you hud betcountry "Why in tho world aro not a fow moro on tho way to the Waikato. The And Confidential. Address enterprising women, with a small capital was an increase of 403,205 in ter stand at all when you ore "witli There "bush'' at their la really beautiful. If disposal, coming forward as tho number of ewine in Iowa during father. You had better run." WashJ. S. APPLKMAN, M. D , people know of poultry fanners?" 1801. ington Star. taneoiu, March 4, 1802 t hi place wo would ho crowded out. If is a Brand country. Nature (or rather God) ins brought ood out of evil nnd nirtdo thiiiKH very bountiful. I Iho Grmluato'a Itemed. 1 try everything. I count up to a hundred, nnd look at ono I can't got to sleep. For BoiJs, dimples Kentucky Squirrel. carbuncles, scrofulous sores, diseases, a jKm .., QMS-U.il.- V fV'r1 : eu. Manager m, Ayer's Sarsapanila that . n'.i iiv JfM ro-c- ent Ky ThMcele. rated Middle stallion will make the .iMmo. n i nl.e Fair Oroimdi, Richmond, . ; At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. DMiription and Pedigree Kentucky Squirrel a buMiitilul lirown, liandt high and 3 year aid tins Spring Hit i;4 style,' grail and action are unequalled by any naddle stallion in Kentucky, having taken more premium than any home in the State age. considered. Kentucky Squirrel wa sired liy thf celebrated Red Squirrel, the best show stallion Kentucky ever produced, he by lllack Squirrel Kentucky Sqirrcl's 1st dam by lllack Ilird, id dam by Todhunter's Grey Eagle Itluck Ilird by 1'hillip'g lllack Halcorn, by General Taylor lllack fiiril s lit dam by Calk'a Halcorn, by Peters' Halcorn, by Virginian, thoroughbred Marcs frm a distance kept on gocd 3 ass nt month, but no rerponsiliihtv for accidents nr escapes. w JASON WALKER m hgnor-lignor-hgnor- ." i fr Mas Cured Others ii w Y.v.a-bin- .,,..' ,, uHjKK-ial- - s 1 C few qi ;i ; ' 9099190109 THE SSCHET mud-hole- er ' 'i'l , 1 boil-in- . S ssfeflra. m&iVjrtfM W."U 1 3- o TUTLXS Thoj-nrcncii- finy Liver PiSSs K ySatw , sfasitflssHsss I Iff I u 1 V 'r I mmc' ' q I - uiml - a od o TTTS t y yJuMZiA v J 1 ? JpS fixnmwsst-t- WEDG-BWOOD- . '-- . ll-- hls 1 I.l church, 1851 This fine saddle stallion will make the ininn nt at our stable one mile west of McCormacks , 1 Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN At $10 to Insure a Living Colt Till weaning time; colt standing good until season money is paid; mare parted with forfeits Insurance money. Description and Pedigree: He is a dark bay, hands high, very heavy mane and tall. game, 15 upheaded and carries himseir very gracefully and In fact his rider says he stands without a peer in Central Kentucky as a saddler. Notwithstanding his being handled only three weeks, when he went lame and was turned out, he would defy all competition. lie was sired by Second Jewel, the famous premium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Washington Denmark. 1st dam Llllie, sired by Stonewall Jackson. another premium horse, he by Washington Denmark, he by lllack Denmark, etc. zd dam by Glencoe, he by Imp Glen, oe, and so on 3d dam by Tom Hal, out of a Coppcrbottom. 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Camping near n town In Wyoming w sectiri'il our stock ntul then went in. KnU'ting the leading store of tho town I introduced myself to Mr. Stile, ono of tho proprietor" anil the postmaster. Stiles euid: "It's now 2:30 ntul nt "l there's a wedding nt Jonn? Burton's. Old Jonas is u rongiuohl coon that wt elected a. jnatico of the peace about n month ago, and as this will ho his first attempt nt a marring I think wo will see gome fun; come, go with me." Wo went into the old squire's citiiu nnd found him poreing over a lariio volume of tho "Statutes of Wyoming," sweating like a horse and looking tornbly anxious. After greeting up, ho Baid: "Stiles, them galloots that got up thesn yer laws hadn't gumption enough to last 'em over night. I've run through tho blamed books a half dozen times an' can'tfiuda word about matiimony or how the hitchin' process is perceded with. I've just Rot to put the clamps on this ere couple, hit er mUs, an' if I don't ydko 'em up legal, I can't help it " Stiles explained to him about how to proceed and the old man llnnlly thought ho could worry through in tolerable shape. Ere long tho eoupliippeared, followed by a crowd of tho citizens of the camp. The candhhtes stood up before the squire, who btgan: "Feller citizen?, this ycr man and this yer woman have appeared before the court to be hitched in tin legal bands of of wedlock If any galloot in the mob knows of anything that might block the game if tuck to a higher court let him now toot his bazoo or els keep his jaw to himself now and forcvermore. All in favor of my perceeding as authorized by law say M.' " Everybody said "I." 1 done for them. The latter cin always got rid of their atlhetion by ining o of drachms of s.il ammoniac with an ounce of German cologne, the solution mixed with u pint of distilled water. Applied two or three times a day, states ono of our contemporaries, it will cure the worst case of ncquirttd freckles on record. m-pi- e How often we Tho-- c ver) common words may scot Wuntrd n Ixty to crrnmls run, for everything under tho sun. Willi do. All that tho niuii today Tomorrow tho boj will bu doing, too; For the time Is coming when Tim bo)n must Muiid lu pln.ro of men. d- boy." penny of his modest patrimony had been squandered upon his enslaver, and he had no security on which to raise nioro money. For Sftlt I H-- Vlf HorfQlkiWestern R.R. Twenty lSuiltlitiK Ia1 $500 REWARD. stamina. Schedule December 6, i8yi. LKAVK NORTON 6:43 a m forGtaham, . 'Contrary 'no.'" Nobody said "no." "Tho motion is carried unnnimous'y . I. V . an' tho court rules that there hain't noth ing to prevent the trying of the case." "Now," said tho pquire, "grip vour fins." The candidates joined hands. "Amos Peabody, do you solemnly swuir that ye'll freeze to Mandy forever, nnd pervide for her and treat her equar' and white, accordin' to the rules and regulations set down to govern sich cases in tho la vs o' tho United States, po help you God?" "Yes, sir; I do, sir." "That fixes your end of the bargain. "Mandy Thomas, do you solemnly Bwaar that you'll hang on to .Amos for all comin' time; that you'll unss him in sickness and be squar' to him in wellness; that ye'll nlwnys bo to him a good, true, hon-et- , np-aup wife, under the penalties prescribed by the laws for the punishment of sich offenses? Do you swaar this, so help yer God?" "I swear 1 will." "Then, by the power in me vested as justicMof the penco in and for this precinct, I pronounce you. Amos Peabody, husband, and you, Mandy Thomas, wife, and legalize ye, to remain sich now and forevermore; an yo'll stand committed till the fees and costs in the case are paid in full, an' may God have mercy on your souls an' ble?s this union with his hefthst bhfasin's." The fees nnd costs were adjusted nnd tho newly made husband and wife after receiving the congratulations of the assembly departed for their cabin up tho creek. Cheyenne Letter to Chicago Trind bune. . w V! v r Marriage is not a failure down in Alabama, if the history of two familits living in Blount county may bo taken in evidence. In this county for the past ten years two families have resided near each other, the one nnined Johnson and the other named Write (we write it Write, hut supped that it is not right). Mr. and Mrs. Johnson had five sons Mr. and Mrs. Write had five daughters. Friendly intercourse existed between them to such an extent that as fast as the boys attained their majority they married oft" the girls, until a few weeks since the hist of the Johnson lads wns married to the last of the Write lasses. But this is not all. Shortly after the first marriage took place Mrs. Johnson, mere, and Mr. Write, pore, died about the same time, and now Mr. Johnson, senior, and Mrs. Write, ditto, have followed the example of tho youugsters and have joined hearts and hands. E pluribus t A Moravian misaioiury named Le'zen, with his wife, certainly is to be written with those who love their fellow-meFor 30 years he has beeu preaching and working at a station in the Thibetan mountains, without th sight of a Euro-pe14 face, and with the days distant, separated from them by the high passes of ,the Himalayas and dangerous sireams. The World's Crisis. tm n. unum. aa post-ofl- ko If you want to be miserable think about yourself; about what you want what you like, what respect people ought to pay yo and what people think of you. Charles Kingsley. At the elecTo work IiIh IiiiiuU ahull Und to do. trical exhibition to be held at St. Piters-bur- g Houet. faithful, ixmiiMt, kind: there is to be exhibited a talking To good awake, to mil blind; Heart of gold without alloy. clock that will be su o to attract attenWauled tU world wants sttcli a boy. is made to represent a tion. The dial -- Chicago I'ost. human face, tho interior containing n ly practicalphonograph. The quarter hours, half I'eaii Mn. OUMumdOK A year ago )ou CIS3SIU AND hours and hours are told by the phonomode an lillo lxaM and u cruel Jest. You ounolf Invuluurablo and sneered ut graph in a strikingly human voice. The two )oung wo mm ubout whom you know any particular hour clock can be set at Seymour Uladbrook was a young man uothing. He had just comYou liuu run upon tho rock and sunk in tho in the morning so tint it will repeat sevof great prouiiso. up Its eral times ihe i.hrase, "It is time to get menced his third year at Oxford, nnd whirliKHit, but tho sea k'luft Jewel, dead. which etc., lutlooed plooMj find every ono expected him to tako a high you Imvo k'Ucn me, andull up." which I now return, ' placo among tho cleverest men of his I of nil moiies spent It is a high, solemn, almost awful year when he went in for his tripos. together with by jou In entertainments, etc. thought for every individual man that , But young Uladbrook was uo book-- : Trusting that you u III find tho accompany. I remain which has IimI a worm and owed hissujieriority in lcnowl-- , Ing rtiitement of account correct, Scvi.i.A. his earthly ititluonc-unwilliiiuly. iutel-- J commencement, will never, through all edge more to tho brilliancy of his P. 8. Von may thank my sister fur getting nges, were hn tho very moanest of all, lect than to studious application. At your money back. ho found himself Half dazed and hardly knowing what What is done is doue; has tho ago of twenty-on- o have an end his own master, with an income suill- - no was doing, he hastily opened tho box already blended itself with tho boundcieut to keep a bachelor lu every luxury. und took out ono by ono tho trinkets ho universe j This would have led less, inauy young men had given her in their dainty morocco and will also work there, for good or for into excesses, but Uladbrook was steady cases hearts, darts, anchors for hope, evil, openly or secretly, throughout all as a rock, and above all things prided serpents for eternity; ut tho bottom ho time! Car'yle. .himself uon being adamant to tho fair found another letter, just like tho 6ex a fatal mistako in most cases, nnd former, only nioro bulky. With a sinkAs you know more and more of the suggestive of the Scriptural warning, ing heart ho toro it oiien. It contained created world, you will find that the "Let him who thinketh he staudeth n long bill, stretching over several sheets true W'll of its Maker is that its crealest lie fall." On tho night of the of note paper, petting forth every item of tures should be happy; that lie has liiudti university Inwit race, in the year 18, his expenditure at Richmond, at Ureeti-wicl- i. at BbMichard's, at Kettner's, at everything beautiful in its time and Uladbrook was sittiug in a certain staU lu the Epsom, Asci't. Sundown and Ivempton plncrf and that it is chiefly by tho fault of at the Vampire Music- hall, men, when they are allowed iho liberty next stall to him sat his greatest friend. Park: for ices aud exhibitions; for car.Morton. On the stage tho Sis- riages, rati aud cab; ull that ho had of thwarting Ilia law., tn.it creation Horace ters Pool wore delighting their many spout from start to finish in entertaining groins and trnvaild in pun (Kom. 7'22). ndmirers with their most fascinating the Sisters Pool. And with this lengthy The love of God exists and you may see dance. list of oxpr es were bank notes for i'CG it and live, in it if you will. Huskiu "By .love." nntd young .Morton, whoso l'Js. 4d. per cent, of the total. Ho was allowed to pay for disown head was slightly swimming, "by Jove, IN FASHION. INDEPENDENCE but was recouped for all how those two toor girls whirll" "Yes." replied ("ladbrook, "they're his outlay uiu tho two ladies. The adAnglomuiil i I'unt llecomlnr; n Thing f perfect whirlpools. In fact they ought justment of accounts was on tho strictthe Vut lo Amorlra, It may not bo exactly an Illustration to bo ehristeii-- 'Soylla and ChnrylKlis, est "Yorkshire." Was ever a man so humiliated? Uo of that familiarity which breeds con- for the tire whirlpools in which many a tempt, but certainly tho more Intimate craft bw gone to destruction." had fancied himself beloved, aud he disassociation recently of the four hundred .Morton was not too drunk to remember covered that he was despised. What with English royalty has to ti marked this and uotsodishouorabloastotryaiid could he do? Send her back tho money extent diminished that idol worship palm n on" as his own joke. Consequent- so insolently returned to him? Useless! which made the American man ly next day all Seymour Uladbrook's Tho thing was too deliberately doue oil of fashion ridiculous as an ob- friends were talking about hi.s lutoot wit- her part to admit the ossibiHty of unsequious, follower of whatever edict ticism doing. She meant to insult him had of mafecullne upparel tho uobility clioso Mow Uladbrook was jwrhaps tho only been meaning it all tho time she was to issue. The Anglomaniuic s already a man of his set who was not more or leading him on with every fascination memory, says tho Clothier and Fur- less intimately acquainted with Cissio she could command. He must stomach nisher. It has come to pasn that we aud Carry Pool, so the whole story was the affront, but he could not pocket thut have thrown off the yoke of abject imi- earned direct to tliom. together with the money, hard up though ho was. LSnglnnd'a fashion potentates name of tho 'ingiiiator. tation. lu an advertisement in tho second colnre not now regarded iu infallible. Their Cissio and Carry were umn of The Times tho treasurer of a ideas may be contemplated with as known far aud wide only as Soylla aud well known hospital for women and much interest ns heretofore, but they Charybdis, and they pretended tc appre- children acknowledged the gift of JL'UTU are no lonyer eagerly adopted ns a mat- ciate the jest, but in their innermost I'M. Td. from the Sisters Pool. ter of course That which Is becoming souls they (esjiecinllythe elder) cherished The people who praised tho munifiand feasible, and in harmony with the u longing for revenge against their in- cence of tho gift wondered nt tho s spirit of the times, is accepted, but our sidious of the amount, which was tho exact fashionable men reserve to themselves tobil of the sisters' restitution to their Cisstu(Seylla) expressed a strong tho right of discrimination nnd exercise to nieot the young wag who had entertatnor. it fearlessly. Krom n patriotic stand- given her this Homeric nickname, and A week Inter a relativo, who was a point it is rather rcfreshinjr after sev- as her lightest w.sh was law to her ad- city merchant, offered Uladbrook a parteral decades of unmitigated thralldom mirers the meeting soon took place. nership in a justness which eventually to beTiblu to say to the I'ritish lion: this Uladbrook seemed to find oieued up the dazzling pathway tc "Much obliged to you' HuU really, After sisters everywhere ho went. If he wealth. these we don't care for it." He bought an estate in his own county, was on n race eourso they woro sure to The recent refusal to sanction with be tho guests of a fnend of his. If ho stood for hisdivisiou of Cragshiro aud tho customary prompt enthusiasm sevwent out to supper they woro always entered parliament. In tho eral of the most radical chan-reTho Ameiiiun tour of tho Sisters Pool regime that have been made of late invited, until he quite uuconsciously was onesticcossion of triumphs. Before drifted into the friendliest relations with years has had a decidedly discomfiting i they had in tho country three effect upon our English coiihn.s. Their them. It wn quite evident to every ono but months Cissio had married a rich stock confidence of leadership has received naturally a severe shoch in conse- Uladbrook that ho was under very heavy broker After two years' domestic iu a he lost his entire fortune quence. From all accounts the London tiro from the buttoned of Scylla, n tiro beforp swell mob is pnnsinj,' through n period which uo man had withstood for long. single day ii"d committed suicide They She was then in the first flush of youth. night Carry remained single. experimeiit-ilisof As a result men's fashions abroad have not been so un- faultlessly lutuiful in form and feature, returned to 'ngland to find other godsettled in fifty years. The heavy swells charming in manner and such a master desses reigning iu their stead and a new continue groping aimlessly after tho of the arts of fascination that they np- - race of fanatics worshiping at now elusive innovation I'or their inde- peared to be art of her nature. Ulud- - shrines. Scylla mid Charybdis were pendence at this time therefore Ameri- brook's friends first chaffed and then ' never again tho attraction they had warned him. Ho laughed at them and been. Uvuii their old admirers found cans have cause for called himself a misogynist. At first it ' them wanting. They said. "Tho older tho more particularly so on account of tho very divergent character of somo of seemed as if he would prove invulner- - one is coarse and vulgar, wliilo tho able to the fusillade to whicli the lady younger is doleful aud uninteresting." Adtho foreign vanced copies of the recent London fads continually subjected him. He trusted Life is short, but famu shorter. Thnt is in coats and topcoat-.- , had they been to his armor of indifference nnd was too tho history of tho celebrated Sistors tried buddonly on fie Xevv York public, proud to retreat from danger. Ilia prido Pool, as told mo by Uladbrook himself, would have created nlmo-.- t a riot in tho lod to his fall. Uo fell as only bravo now .m. l'. from cragsmro, lnmsstuuy, streets. The English swell, bo it known, men do. utterly and hopelessly defeated. whore wo sat in reminiscent chat ono can dress himself upas his fancy dicTho capitulation of young Seymour evening, pieced together with much tates, and the yeomanry makes no out- Uladbrook. which caused so much diver- which Carry told mo long afterward. cry. Now that wo have thrown off tho sion aud amusement to his friends, was They sank lower and lower in publio esshackles of slavish emulation, nnd i sad to behold. Tho fact of his having timation until Scylla fell a victim to blithely accept or reject what we want been indifferent to other women all his alcoholic paralysis, nursed in her last illor what does not appeal to tho souse of life made him give himself heart nnd ness by tho faithful Carry, who left the the fitness of things, the English fash- 60til to this one. Cissio Pool wns jubi- stage after her sistor's death nnd horself for tho rest of her lifo by ion trainer will come down from his lant. She paraded her tame lover on oracular eminence, and in tho future every possible occasion, in order that nil giving elementary music lessons to the pose with ameliorated despotism in tho men and womou might seo how com- children of tho lower middlo class. Sho light of guide, philosopher and friend. plete her victory had been. Ho lavished mado a littlo money iu this way, and I am awaro that the sentiments abovo presents and jewels upon her until sho with this and tho interest on some set forth would have been regarded a sparkled from brow to wnist with dia- money left her by an unknown friend, few years ago as rank heresy, for they monds, and icople wondered how innch kept horself comfortably for tho rest of verify the aphorism of lircr Rabbit that longer young Uladbrook's money would her days. Sho always read tho political "the world do move." hold out. But in proportion as tho nows when sho returned homo after her spirits of tho elder Miss Pool roso those day's work. Uladbrook novor gavo up ino OoitM'iers. When people git to gossliiln Bomotlmci they'll of her sister seemed to give out. Sho his stall at tho Vumpiro until tho Sisters bet an talk became depressed and dull. Tho fow Pool retired from tho boards, and then Fer hours an hours together. Jest et reg'lcr ez admirers sho had dropped off ono by ono. ho never entered a music hall again. a clock; He never knew that whilo tho elder I e'poM) they think folks lovo to bear their Booing that it was as hopeless for them never enilln yawp. to try and win her affectjona as it was sister hud pursued him with a reloutlesa But when Sumuntha's talked awhllu she knows for her to expect ono tender glancofrom hate tho younger had fondly loved him, enough to top. and for his sake hud refused more than k tho man she worshiped. Seymour Wheu Mrs. Joues wuz tellln et our place the is not tho only man who has de- one advantageous offer on "the other other day serted the substance to pursue the Bide." New York Press. ThetMrs. Williams tol her that her neighbor. shadow, and, blinded by the beauty of Mrs. Gray, Hiuoke Stains on m Celling. Said she never baw so big a story teller's Wld-dthe form, has ignored he purity of the Heath. Smoke stains can be removed from a soul. Carry's nature was as perfect as Samantha gut thcro quiet with her tonguo be- her sister's figure, while (n .tjcy.ya's calcined or painted ceiling by washing tween her teeth. character thero was scarcely a redeem- the spot with water in which a handful She ain't forever slluglu out seen everhutla ing feature. All men who uakp this of soda has been dissolved, and from gab; In She often fez "el's bad enough to hear the fatal error suffer for it either in fortune paper, by rubbing with stalo bread. or Bvlf respect. cither case, all dust and loose articles neighbors blab;" But she Jew stay et home lasted an 'tends to The day of reckoning came at bjst. should first bo wiped off with a soft family cures. The jeunesse doreo of Jjond'qn cloth. Judgment must bo used in reAn never tells the neighborhood about her thrown into tho depths of despair by the gard to the bread. It must bo entirely home uITnlrsnews that tho divjnties at whose shrines free from any feeling of moisture, but Wo don't take any papers, but with news we're it had worshiped bo long were gpipg to pot hard enough to scratch or glazo tho well supplied, Fer tho neighbors tell us every birth an death seek fresh devotees In America, and paper. an sulcido. would make a longtny tour jnrpugn tae. it tho spot should happen to bo in a When Mrs. Jones comes up our walk States. This blow fell like a thunder- conspicuous place, and tho paper a In them new shoes, . Ha was dis- handsome ono, it would bo beet to exSometimes Samanlha'U say to me, "Here bolt on young Uladbrook. tracted. Sho waa far away, aad ho $ad periment or some less exposed surface comes tho daily ue l." Yankee Blade. not the means of following her. ,Evry ftrst Good Housekeeping. A - Cucjc That Talks. Wanted -- tho world ivutiU boys today, Ana sho offers them all jdw linn for pay lienor. vumIiIi. ixwllliin, fninn. A rueful life und n tlentlili-w'nuiuo. Uo) to fdinpu tin- - paths for ini'ii. Mo to miUle tho plow und (eu. Hoy In forward tho tasks begun, Kor the world great tusk Is tmver done Tho world I uuxtous to employ Not Just ono. hut every lKy WIiimi' heart and lintta will o'er bo true s In the corporate limllto KowUnd. It was tho nlglit beforo tho Bisters wcro aud ho was sitting in his chamto sail, . I. DARST. KowUnd. bers, thinking dejectedly over tho situation, when his servant brought him a Bomowhat bulky parcel, which had been Weillpy the nloc reward for any cased left at tho door by a young lady in a l.ivcr Complaint, Dypeia, McW Headache, cab. Tho jurcel was placed on tho tabic Conttip.itlon or CoUcne we can not Vegetable Liter Tills, and left for somo timo unnoticed by cure with Winstrictly compiled with. when the They ate directions are writ- putel vegetable nna never fail to give satitlac- him until ho caught sight of the ing on tho brown paper cover as ho paced up aud down tho room. In that casual glance ho recognized tho pattes 9jiyr Uo toro do mtmcho of his enchantress. the parcel open in a fever of excitement i nnd found a good sizod wooden box, on TO BC'TD 1 fc tho top of which lay a letter addressed to him in the sumo hand. Uo toro open the envolopo aud devoured its contents. A new .mil Complete treatment, consisting ul Tho lady'M letter was brief aud eminentsuppositories. Ointment Cainulm, also in ion H-,- DAILY Illueiield and Intermediate 1:33 p m lor Iilue"d, Iladln:d. Roanoke, and Lynchburg, Richinond mid Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Washington, Itatieistewit, Hauls-butI'hiladelplita acu New York. 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" Taiewcll " Powell Itivcr i p in mi .1 in j A 46 p 111 . mi 6 30 p in m' 7 it p hi p m 10 m a m I 7 . mi 13 a m 7 43 l ru 7 4; p m 14 j4J a 9 a 4) 4 a 15 a f 8 19 a ih iMrn iiiiis IX'- p m i 16 SKI -' .taitamj . " Arthur " " . , Hamilton Sptlngt ' Ciitntierliiid Gap..... Mlddleiboro . . THROUGH TRAIN'S CIN'CINVATI TO Mil) ULKMIOROUGH and JKI.I.1CO SCHKUDLI- IN KKFKCT NOV 13, No. South'llound. Lve Lve Lve Arr Art Arr Arr Arr Arr Lve Cincinnati ... Covington. talmouth.- -. 8 10 8 18 Q 45 1. j j I Lve MlddletUro Arr. Stanford IIM jll ti a m in '11 40 u 48 a in 11 j a m It l n'll a:-:- 111) 8 i n ni 8 j5 p m 48 p ni 854 p m 7l" u Ijipm p m a 33 a m s. i,i " Iulsvllle ... .., 93'Spm 7oj a tu -v- No. j ; '1 , Daily. Ex. Sun. a m 8 Tans Lexington... a mi 8 a ml v lb a m,io ti u 10 p m 11 11 LreT'aris sup-iwrt- ed An Arr J a m, Winchester., ta 10 p m! Itichmond... 1 35 P m 4 P m Lancaster. p m Stanford.... Richmond ... 1 3$ p mj l.ivington.... 3 05 p m Middlesboio 7 3S P "! Kx. 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No 3 dally between Cincinnati and Lexington Except Sundays, No 16 l'aris and Lexington Accommodation daily, Leavea lcxiugton 10:00 a. in. Arrivci I'arit 10:43 a in p ml 7 43 Lve Lcxiugton . 2 00 p m 7 00 a 17 p ml 7 53 Lve l'aris Lve Falmouth. ,. 4 01 p mi 9 33 Arr Covington .. 5 35 p m 10 34 p m'n 00 ArrClncinnaii . On theMaysville llranch. No lo. ? 77 Arr l'aris. Kx. Sun. Ex. Sun. Daily. g g r j.. Lve Middlcsboro 6 38 a m 1. re Livingston.. 11 ij a nt a'H Arr Richmond... la 41 am ' t.T c Lve Stanford .... 7 00 a m c"3 3 """ Lve Lancaster 7 30 a m " VjtjJ !"'" Arr Richmond... 1013a m Lve Richmond, la 41 p m 6 03 am Arr Winchester. 53 p mi 6 35 am 1 Baltimore, Now York, and the Seashore and IN F.FFECT NOV. 13, all Eastern ''sties iS.ji. 3 in a in ut a m c 30 p in a m 6 37 p m am 6 43 p m an. 415pm 343pm Fast ITnit'd Accom. A ceo. HOUND. Mail Ex. Daily Daily Dally Dally Ex. Su. Ux Su Lve Lexington.... ti 00 p 11 40 a 7 33 ' Winchester... 8 j a 6 43 P 11 30 p 7 P ' Ml. Sterling 34 7 P 7 XV Daily. H p 8 ta to p 10 Arr Asnianu. " Catlcttsburg. ta 18 p 10 07 p S 40 a jo i '' Huntington... 11 30 p 10 47 p o 30 a " Washington.. 6 33 u 2 10 p " Philadernhla- - 10 11 a 5 . p Arr New York....' 1 ao p 8 ao p EAST I " WEST HOUND Lve Huntington.. 6 00 a I 33 " Catlettsburg 6 as a I 34 6 37 a a 03 Ashland All Sterling Dally. 6 43 7 4 7 17 I P P ait ixmisviiie... to ay a SOS 13 a L.cxington ..... 11 03 p 6 ao Ex. Winchester., it 3 35 p 9 jo J p 6 S3 SS P Z ,5 a 43 P 8 05 a 7 40 p 1130a . J. .as - No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinnati 513pm Arrives. Falmouth 7 05 p ni daily except Sunday, No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 600 a in. Arrivea Cin cinnati 7 55a m dally except Sunday. No. 1 and 3 make connections at Winchester for point on the N. N. it M. V. R'y, . D. No, 1 carries through cars from Cincinnati to For full information in regard to rates, routes, Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines termedlate stations and runs daily. "'il! E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. BROWN, C. P. ATMORK, S. R. KNOTT, G. P. A., Gen. Pass. Agt. V. P. and G. M., Trafhc Manager. General office, Louisville, Ky. Lexington. Ky. W.b. HARRISON. G.W.BARNEY, S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt., G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., AthUnd.Ky Office Chamber ol Commerce Huilding.Cincinnat Limited Vestlbulcd Trains run daily in connec non with Chesapeake & Ohio "F. K, V." to New York. Fait Moll Trains run dally and make local slops between Lexington and Huntington. Huntington and Morehead Accommodations run dally. Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday, Through Sleeping Cars tc and from Washington and New York without change. .vJla.- . ' ti --- , & Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - New Yohk seed Irish potatoes and onion Bets nt Karris A Hardin's. MATRIMONIAL MATTEilS. Stanford, Ky., R.o, walton, March 4, Nicest lino of domestic zephyrs and 1802 French ginghams ever in Stanford from 10 to oO cents. Severance A Son. ,i bus. Manager At, FlKlW .MlNBTMKLS Will 1)0 ill J.0X- - ingtnn MEANS IUSINE8S. Frankfort night and tho first three nights of next week in Louisville. m Knoravi.no beautifully and artistically dono at A. It. Penny's. Yotm account is now ready. Please call and settle. A. K. Penny. lk your books and school Bupplh'H "' all kinds front A It. IVniiy. Havu your watch, clock and je,wciry repaired nt A. H. Penny's. All work warranted. Kkmkmiikh thnt all silverware, watcher, riiiRfl, a youth of married yesterday to Mi33 Alice, daughter of Mr. Win. Minks, of this county, who confesses to 25. J. L. Mash, of Mockcastle, 10, wbb SriiiNO came in witti a snow storm nml for a fow dnjs tho weather was raw nnd diaigreenblc, but yesterday wns clear bo engraved fret of Ac, bought at A. H. Penny's will nml beautiful, with more of it promised. chaw. PERSONAL POINTS. Miss A.ssik Wkay went to Louisville Tuesday. 1 V. CitKK.v was in llnrrodsburg Mit. Tiik month of February was the mildthin week. Mn. J. W. Winer, tho bo's merchant est in Kentucky save four in tho22 yearn that the rigual service has been istab-lislieof Mbeity, in hereon business. Tue mean temperature of tho Mns. 1 (1. Ciiuo, of Merry, in the guest ol her daughter, Mm. Julian Vest. month was 12 8, the rainfall JI.01 and the of an inch. MikhHi'sik MoUoiikkts, of .Stanford, snowfall IligtdiMtho imstwcek. visited Mir Julia J. L. I) k veils was let oil with ft fine by Hichmond Climax. thu U.S. court of f.'OO for detaining regMiss I'kahi. Maii.kv, of Stanford, in istered letters w Idle messenger on the grand-paren- ts, Mr. and Mm. K. C. The court might have given him Bailey. New Albany cor. a penitentiary term besides. lie will Mkssks. J. H. Cook and K. C. Walton likely lay in jail awhile and t ike tho inare takiny a tour of thu innuntainH in solvent debtor's oath. the interest of their reppectivo businees-v- . A MJMiiKU of thu leading citizens of I'iiii. Sodkn, one of tin fastest engin- Mow land are anxious that tho charter of eers on tho - A N., in laying oll" n few tho town be recinded and the place day and spending them with his wife at made u part of Stanford. They say that Col. W. II. Dudderar's. affairu are bully iiiimged there and that Mil, AND MllH. J. II. Vaniiook, of soiuo otllcers do uot properly conduct Brodhead, passed through to McKinney themselves. The plnco flhould never veMerday to see Mr. J, I'. Crow, who re- havu had a separate corporation. d. IJ-I- Am. of thu male citiens in tho Ivist Knd Bcomed to p.S8 heie yesterday for l)auville, to bo examined hh jurors in tho case of the negro for the murder of Marshal Wells. hayo increased .'100 per cent, in Pittsburg Binco New Year's. Aro tho young ladies nssertlng their prerogative and doing thu courting? In addition to tho ono mentioned elsewhere in this paper, two other editors havu married this week. Mr. J. A. Williams, of tho Guthrie Wade, to Miss Kmnia Martin, of Green, ville, and A. C. Mriggs, of the Owonsboro Farmers nnd Laborers Journal, to Miss Mina Newman, of D.iviess county. Misses Minnio nnd Mary Culton, thu daughters of Judgu J. Culton, of Pinoville, eloped to TennesBee with Dr. J. Hodges and Mr. T. C. Tarvin. Miwi Minnie became Mrs. IioritrcR und Mifa Mary becsni i Mrs. Tarvin. Tho plot to elopi wns ugreed upon by the young ononlo 'nst Saturday. However, there wns no occisioii for Miss Minnie Culton to run nwny, Hince Dr Hodges was her accepted Biiitor. But Mr. Taryin's case wns far diflereut. He had been forbidden the house before he had united nt tho Culton homo long enough to got no qnainted with the dog. Sunday morning tho sisters nroao very early, gently insisting on the father staying in bed while they made tho fires ami packed two valines. They had hardly gotten thu fires started and their thing packed when there wan u tap on tho rear window. The two young men w ro ou tho outside. Tho window was raised and the young women lifted out. They then drove hastily to the station und caught a southdiouud train. When the judge found out the ttntc of atlaiM he wns furious and shouldering his went in pursuit, but bo at hadn't killed either of his Ron last accounts. -- Marriages Ken-lucky Win-chestT iu-la- YOUR MONEY. Can not be better invested than in tailing advantage of our remarUabhi tow Prices. OUR Are coming in every ly please you. 8 day and are placed on sale at prices that will instant- SFBING GimiDl o U0ME IN AND LOOK Over our good before they i are picked over and see our immense line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Carpets Straw Matting, Oil Cloth, Curtains, Trunks, &c. White Goods, Embroideries, Curtains, Rugs, Valises Children's, Boy's and Men's Hats, Etc! Eggs and Feathers bought at the highest market prices at THE its LOUISVILLE AND STORE ' Main Street, Stanford. A. URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. M. AJAJV'ES, Manager. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Kev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at Mt. Xenia Sunday at Mow U mains alxiut the same. Mn Mrs. Dnddernr's, hist night, in honor cf Mrs. Craig, Capt. and Mm. Julian Vest, to which a number of friends wcni inK. L. p Ci.irtoU) gave a Mipper at vited. Mu. J.T. WAi.i.Kitnnd Mbs Flossie, H. 'km Havk It. K. Mkttkk Cheatham, of Danville, has had tho two IMwards and Charles detectives, O M"irphy, who worked up the whisky cases agniiM him, arrested for obtaining pass. monev under false pretenses. The alleMn. L. T. I.asi.ky has returned from gation is that they accepted $200 not to Columbus, 0., having failed to pass tl o appear against him and then went nnd examination owing to defective vision. "blowed." His phvslcal examination otherwise was Wai.tkk Kmiihy, n small colored hoy, is was lodged in jail vesterday by Marshal Mu. It. IS. Cit.ur, of tliM city of Xewland, having confined that ho wns wa? hero on legal business Wedneswith Sam Migney, another negro, when day, but kept a weather eye on our preth robbed a citizen near Somerset sevty girlB nil the while he was not other eral mouths ago, The marshal went to wise engaged. Danville at once to tlnd Migney. The Mks. Miucic Jonks returned to St. amount stolen was over $200. The boy Liuis Tuesday, her father, Mr.John M. is a son of Jim Kmbry, who is now Held, having recovered The West eviserving a life sentence in the penidently agrees with her for she ia looking tentiary for the murder of his wife. uniiAiially well. Mn. J. It Xi'SNKi.i.KV, traveling agent Jimtion City. Wiberg, llanna A for the Wrought Iron Mange Co, in re Co., of Cincinnati, Hre putting up an inning his subscription for .mother planing mill, which when comjMsr, write, from Klhcotisvllle, N. Y , pleted will cost about $20,000. Our t mt he is doing finely and working for young friend, Charlie Fowler, will bo omdneer as well us general machinist the best mmpMiivin the world. und it is said will receive $125 per month CITY AND VICINITY. for his services. There is considerable talk of slatting a bank hero. President Nkw link of .igler shoes just leceiv D.iugherty, of the Corinth Hank, Cormlnl& M. Shanks'. inth, this State, Is the principal mover. Wantkd. -- Firm, fresli yellow butti r The citizens are very much in favor of the enterprise. F. S, Tuttle has opened pat 25 cents. McKinin'V Brim. a livery stable, here, making two in thu A ri.VKlineof Pockei Knives and Tatown. MiH.ifS l'attie nnd Annie Trihblo ble Cutlery just received at A. A. War-- i will give a big party in the early Fpring. en's. Tiik Louisville Times makes a good A kkw accounts of ISM lira unsettled suggestion in the following complimentCall and Bcttle by cash or note. A. M. ary milliner: Mr. (.hrlislo modestly deFenny. clines uo'iiimtlionnb one of the dclcgateH to the Chicago jury in the Well-- , murder enseal from the taleat-large Tiik Danville was secured yesterday and tho convention. As the Times was the first to present Mr. Carlisle's name, we beg trial is in progress. leave to withdraw it nnd otler that of HvKitV democrat, who cun, should Col. W. (J. Welch, ol Stanford, as a sub make it a point to o to the primary stitute. Kveiy democrat in Kentucky election to morrow- and vote. has knowledge of his imposing personalgifts and his btoadfaet Wantkd. A position in grocery or ity, Ids oratorical ne.ss to the cardinal principlis of democdi y goods store. Four years experience. interpreted by t Jiover Cleveland Address "J." care Mox 15, Stanford, racy as and John Carlisle. The machine thnt y. can take him in and giiud him up has V. X. Htntcn reiiuests ui to say that not yet been constructed or conceived. Friho will speak at Mow land And tliHt is the fort of democrats wo day, nt 7 o'clock, on his race for circuit shall need at Chicago as we never needed clerk. them before. Tiik lot of T. M. Wnllnn, so long adGtii kui.no Tii km In. About fourteen vertised in this paper, lias been condi- months ago the store of J. B. Bourne, in tionally sold ami withdrawn from the Garrard, was robbed and burned. There market. was no insurance and the loss was $15, Mil. Jos. Cokpky lias posted notice that 000. The scamps who did the deed re mained a mystery, till Andy Bea.ley was he will make application for a continunext coiiii'j sent to the penitentiary for breaking ance of Ids liquor license, On his way thither open a court day. ho told Marshal James 1. Hamilton that Comb anil see our stock of dress goods. ho know all aboul the crime and the No better assortment to be found any- nnmes of tho perpetratoie, though he where and the prices thu lowest. Sev- was not in it. Hh also said that one of the negroes had n sweetheart in Danville erance & Son. r I nnd if ho could get letters from her ho Wiik.at has come out wonderfully and could find out their w hereabouts. Mr. the fruit prospect- - weru never better. Hamilton got his faithful negro detecAll the buds are alive nnd without fur- tive, John Jenkins, to go to Danville nnd ther drawbacks this promises to be an- secrro a letter if possible. Ho did so, other year of plenty. and finding that it was from Med Ash, ii1 county, they went there Tiik Michmond Climax says that V. in Whitley Wednesday and arrested Puter Jackson, P. Weathcrford has sold his Baloon on lodging him in First street to Jerry and Jerry Powers, biinging him back and oldest Haloon in jail nt Lancaster. Yesterday lie wont the two J's. This is tho mountains to hunt Jim Dunn, town siuco local option days, ami the back to tho have made considerable with good chances of success, and it is WeatherfonlB money. It baa been u quiet nnd order- now pretty sure, that both rascals will uutl'er severely for their crime. ly house. kt who have made many friends heie, left Wednesday for Louisville, to bo more handy to Mr. Waller' run. A hill to reduce the mileage of mem- beM of the General Assembly from lfi cents per mile to their actual expenses, but is will not is befoic the Iegi-litui- v, Tiik Opera iloiinu managers would attempt to make a date with Thomas Nel Hon Page, one of the most noted renders of the day, if our people would patronize such entertainments sutliciently, but they remember the Wnttcrson failures to draw- nnd will not incur tho risk. and-olhe- i. of Louisville, is preparing n book with sketches of 1,000 Kentucky Maptist preachers. Mev. John Mell Gibson will preath Mow, J. 0. STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. .r'l at Rowland Saturday II a. xi. 1 0. J.011-do- n, .) night, Sunday at and Sunday night-Mev. W. Y. Shcppard will preach at the College chapel Sunday afternoon ut II, after which the holy communion will be celebnited. The will of tho latu Mrs. W. P. of Philadelphia, makes bequests ranging from $1,000 to $20,000 to every charitable infatitutioii in that city, .and gives to the city an art collection valued at $1,000,000 and nearly a million in property. Misliop Thomas U. Dudley and Mev. W. V. Sheppard were the guests of Prof. J. M. Hubbard, of tho College, wldle here. The Hioliop preach- d one of tho clearest, most pointed nnd convincing Be rmotis that w havo listened to in ninny a day He is without doubt ono of tho most entertaining pulpit oratois in tho couutrv and withal the most charm ing of men in social intercourse. Mev. W. Y. Shenpard tells us thut bis Danville church has purchased u house on tfd street for a parsonage, paying $11,500 for It, half down and tho balance ill yearlj installmeiitH of $1500, and that he has engaged to preach for the church until the debt is paid. Ho is very proud of his prospect of a permanent home und his friends here are truly glad of thu accomplishment of his desire. Wit-Bach, - Stationary, and Portable. All power. sizes up to in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualcd Durability. Semi-Portable 26-horse Write for Frro Illuttraied I'ampleU nml your wants to THE JAMES UEFFEZ. & CO., NF,V YORK C1TV SPKINOKtKlJ). OHIO. Ben Camp sold at from 200 to fU10. bell bought of John L. Korsythe '.VI head cattle at lc lLuroh-bur- g of 1,100-pound Sayings. GRAB ORCHARD. . W.B.ffltRDBERTft Druggist and Jeweler, '1 , -- - 1 ht, meat-hous- e. m r From the nay the hogs are rooting up the streets in town we guess thu hog I las a Complete Stock of law is set aside. A shooting scrape took place out on Fall Lick Tuesday evening, in which : i Untbwfll shot Moss Itiggsby. It is ,ii not thought that Miggsby is fatally inWALL jured. 75 persons sumJudge Morrow had moned from this end of thu county to go to Danville, from which to select a jury in the trinl of the negroes who shot Marshal Wells, of Junction City. This will be an expensive trial to the State if it continues much longer. s Promptly and in style. s The many friends of Mrs. John and fam ftaKNGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. will regret to hear that she Old gold and ily leave soon to join her husband in silver taken in exchange. Vernon, Tex. We are always sorry to give up euch agreeable and pleasant FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. neighbors as they are, but hope it will Fikstci.ass clover seed for sale. A. prove a fortunate move for them. Mr. Mobert Ediniston h.is gone into St Ciimenibch, Turnersville. the real estate business in Corbin. Mrs. Wantko. To loan 28 W. F. Abraham and daughters, who mules. M. S. Baughman, Stanford. seed, seed oata have been making their home in Knox- Home raised clover fresh milk cow for sale by W. II. Mur- ville for several years, nro expected back ot this week to take charge of their farm phy, We give them a cordial welWilliam Moruland sold to Kubanks near tow n. Bros., a lot of feeders nt $!1.1C per hun- come Mr. George Cnron, of Xnv Alluinv, dred. 1ml., is visiting his aunt, Mis. S. K. Mr. J T. Martin bought of Isaac miles Brooks, and other lelatives. .Mrs. G. 1. t) acres ol improved laud, McCollnm, of Junction City, spent a few from McKinney, at $SI. llr.-- t of the week with her Col. Nat Shropshire weighed in for days the Hon. Mini War! Mrs. Perrv KiiiL' hearne, of Athens, 50 hogs averaging father's Paris Keutuck- - was in town looking alter Ids :iS0 pounds sold at ."c Mr. J. F. Holdam has h estate this, week The best Chilled Plow made. Kxtras carried in stock. Satisfaction ... .1.8... ...... II.. ....... Foil Sam- - 20 extra l.loOponnd returneu iron, m umuuki..... B. K. & VV. guaranteed. WKAREN. A,r nt the capit d .'2 feeders. If not sold before will sell pub- thing-ga-y Stan- licly on county court day, Mar. 11. Win. II. Miller and G. M DavNon, of ford, were in town Tinsday, taking dep Morelaud. ositioiis in the James case. G C. Lyon sold to the Hustonvillu Mills CrtM) bin rels of corn, July deMoller Bv referring to another column our livery, nt $200, and 100 tons of baled readers will see the advertisement of Dr. hay iit $V), present delivery. Appleman, who has taken Dr. Mca's The receipts of hogs nt New York, place and will visit our town regularly savs a dispatch, for February, were 07o, he every four weekB the coming year.. liGS, with U.OOO carried over. Tho ont ,j doctor has visited tins place inreo nines look is thnt the market will be ucticenn already and his reputation as an nonesi. ,uc ' ., ,. ........ conscientious and Killed physician is :.... j..,, !.. " VV. 11. I rilj mi inri'iii'"i( ". well established at his distillery, which cost him on an He is now mashing 100( average of . NKW ADVKHTISEMKNTS of grain a day and making about bushels 10 barrels of whieky. The Stanford Moller Mills have . t;. bought o00 barrels of corn since Jan. 1,' at $2 delivered. They have ground All persons in arrcar for iftji taxei are hereby paid on or bemost of it up cob and all, making in notified that if their iaxe t fore County Court ilav. the 14th il.iy of March, February 200,000 pounds They sell it iSoj, they will find their property adcrliwd for Journal. ulein the columns ol the lutrrlor Si EN at $17 per ton. Et EK, Very Truly, J. N. Shentf Lincoln County. L. M. Ijisloy reports thesale of John ,03 G. Smith, yesterday, largely attended and prices for fanning tools, &v. unusubrought HOTEL AND SALOON high. Mules, ally horses bi to $115, hogs about :iA. AT ROWLAND $81, Gum L.cj;$:hiy:s, milk cows $10 to $13 50. Hnglish has just returned Col. T. D. I offer for nale privately iny frame Hotel and from Columbus, Intl., where ho Bold 15 Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at J6S for Bennett Jacobs, tper llorseB anil month. It l centrally located and a fine point Good southern horses, for hulne, beincata trtiruulpoint 011a diviof tint City. A.i ., m Thu mules wnof Ih. L.& V. It ha, good well liable, coal j w home and other neccary outbuilding, Addresi urougin iruui too " iw MKS aiAKV U. ibKKab, aiaiuora ranged from 14 to 15 hands high and a DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, "4 PAPER, Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- Ilig-gin- The Vulcan Chilled Plows, M '- -. Me-Cow- ii 1 sis-ii- .r 1 .'M '' ""'.""; -- I--I. BHBBE R GOODS. Aen's and Boys' Rubber Coats, Mclntosli Coals, 1 r: -- t-- I i. Sheriffs Sales. art-no- j Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, Slickor Coats and Slicker Pants. M'ROBERTS 'iV jfjE.f it4 bdiMtob f FOBSALB. m ) -. & HIGGIJNTS. (: 1 ttAJffii i " iii m mli.n I, h ." N. HURDLE. little Abigail, not with her blue skirt on, an she had ceen her last, bnt in one of Is n eflmllJste for reflection at Sherill. Subject I am asent for The Central Kentucky Hedge 1 I. I'nl.t.la diiI.I tlin Smiilinrn inr.tr Hlvction Nor When tho supper was over ami eucli white linen, such as alio had just been Fence Co., ol Lancaster, and offer the services of to the action et the Dcmocrac) , , ,, , , , Every Tuesday and Fr day 1891. Published one of the family hail nettled down with buried in. And it shone whito and 10 I0tll V.nuon, Ol uainiril county, lor both tnyttlf and the Company to the cituens or ncoin county. I am very uiaukiui icr me AT Mr JollllS, itw. Ot iWllltllesOOroS M patronage received and hope by lair dealing to. book, slate or sewing ami my wife drew radiant and the child was rosy and . P. farmers in nrc-- 01 itow youug men, gave us a call laRt "crit acontmuancc .1 up a. scat near me n portentious move beautiful and bright and was smiling in incest race win nmi me ni me iuycrs imu.c- - in aiainoru on each County Court dty. Is a Candiilate lor week, and at tuo same time paid (us to the ntlicp of by the way I at once staited a conver- angelic loveliness on her; nnd 1011ml her ""When no: o paid $3.60 wiJl .e charged.M W.JOHNSON. Clerk, aul'ject to lh actuiii of the Democratic' to one of our pretty young ladies. party. sation without waiting for her to intro- sunny hair and glorious head was a halo girl Ht his house. K. .. LOCAL TIME CARD. duce the subject. Possibly there was a of Heaven's make. Thus she appeartd Frank Todd has a new Charley Merilan Ih visiting at S. M. Candidato for Circuit Clork. Train naves Howland at 7.00 a. in., returning design on the put of us both, initio to in spirit or in ntigelic form to gieut the Spooiirttnoro's. Dr. Kinnainl was called p.m. fur 1 had noticed during the timid, good woman for the one small avoid hers, u 5:20 Dealer in General Merchandise, Subject to the action ol the Drtuocratic nrl I to see John lingleman'a wife last week, nuiiouncein)sr1f a Candidate for the nlhui f t it oveningandntthe tiblo an expression kindness. Lumber and Shingles. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. shall mat e the cult I lerk ( r Lincoln count) who has been dangerously ill, but Is im I felt the lump in my throat and read (loads sold for cash only It my on. Win S Hutch, of displeasure a 60rt of frown which pleisurc racH In the interest t state to th mi I.I r in L'tnernl Liititii nm JiiiW Jo pro ti will not e of the (.onttituti'Hinl age until n U Mail train gome North proving. .Mr. Mow en Uivens 11ns moved Ihil South i3tPn she could .scarcely conceal, zind had won- on to the end bravely, suspecting though !..!.- ,,.. community na,.1 ... are i.lml to ' lc,,' ll,,der the Cash J0 n und that the dns alter the nrt Noteinht-- election. If I 13am dered what I had done and what; failed that my voice was not up to its? usmal Cxnress train " South lhc (ul ,hal ,,lhc khuuld rec tur the iKMiiinatinu, and lie rtectc', ?re rnpilily iaUn,nR orl .. North . iir'gnt belter sy.fetn. Iwith fur flip ltufrHni1 .!!.. tk.v m) snu Mill ili.iiiargc the l iitii'K "I the ttli c us 6sqatn to do that could have produced it. And cictit ness. An when the story was welcome him among us. .1. also know that I wl ..ods fur nhout a third less my rlepnly mid re cue nil th" rirduments Local Freight North S JP m South has conttacted with Jim Totteti to build tna my competitur ho do credit bmnnn. He 97 MKI'HKN ll HCIl though I could not recall anything to done an I I was sure of my voice, I incinhtr that I rAiist.intK The latter train also carry passengers. his house for $1, ,00. One of .Mrs. 15. F. did astortmont Lnlry OwkIs, nn hciit.l ml.ti . f The above it calculated on standard time. Solar account for it, I somehow, as bv intui- asked my wife which of the stories she t.rcH. in and Hoots, SlmM, Itais and th IU Call eiek for a time is about o minutes faster tion, fell and realized that I had in some thought best. She raised her hend, Kngli'inan's children has been f my stock, vtlilcli i replenished Hlinntt d.ll) MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, 1. SMjr J I! llll.It.. Kowiinj Kv which was now low over her sewing, few day, but is iinptovina now. Our way brought it about. .1 s. come in on time now, all the time A. S. PUtCIS, sssssr Perhaps that strange and unexplained and half turned her eves from mens alio II Clstleman A (i I.anl.nm K. U. (toxcr was here Wednesday, John Crntr Main and Depot Sttct'i-- . influence sometimes alluded to as a sub- essayed to reply. Her first attempt was Mr. SURUKON IIEMIM. No interest taken vet in the coining pri-STj'eiUi.lD, - tlety of the- air possibly the intuitous a failure to articulate; then with an efOffice an Main street, over W H. MCKODens i.s ex-Drug atote, Staulent. .Mark Twain explains as "mind tele- fort she g.ive preference to the first one, mary election and a small vote Koepsmi hi ltd constantly u lurHlywie line .it Ulmiied hat, tMurts, ,e. Triwmimrilotie to graphy" conveyed the impression and 'Because it begun bad aud improved all pectosl. G. A. Swinebrond is on tlie sick Ahexpirlrucetl corpanf I)rts. .Maker are -- .in me, who win satlsly Ihepublic in every de gave it form. 1 felt no conviction of the wav, reaching a climax of joy in the list. Bud Coi has sold one pen of hisi DR. W. 13. PENNY, tail 87 ur guilt, but was not so free of a dread ol end." ""Well, what of the other'." "Oh, coin to Dauvillo parties, nl the pen, at. ..CO lO arraignment. These piemonitionw are it is good enough, but too sad; there is . no redeeming happiness in it." DPice Soath side Main street, in office recently honifctimes conveyed by n look of mildLIVERPOOL.. ncated bj Dr. I. F. Huffman, .Stanford. In vain I pointed out the joy of the ness, a wave of the hand, or by silence set It will lie of Intctest to thmo to know in it tttc hoitcv. saw the child in glo- tliiif in the Notiliwesl, in Tohaie sour phoirapli made pleasant. woman when .m will lm I arr f trmlng and timber lands th- -t he aill alys M. U11A1G, when speech would be more it should ry and no one she present could see her. tary to the WIconin Central WlsrotinlnSeitleiirtbitt Hint you rKht and rive oi DK. w 13AR13EE&CASTL13MAN Lines. else However that be, and the why satislsi tioti Kemeinber he make pictures of all advantages ol healthful thee lines hate all the the different sins, rii-- fmni the smallest pli to Homeopathic Physician, come at all, I was convinced that a lec- She said: "The first story teaches a cltmite, t;od intrket tacilltie, abundance of fuel irraphs up tu a life si.r portrait in craymi, water MANAOKRS, e and spatkliur dnnkand buiMtn.: material, odor and paittlls lr you haven puiiirr ) JsLNTUCKY. ture was approaching. And of nil things, wholesome lesson that wo should not ing rater and other important benefns which cn STANFORD, ill want enlarge.!, von in o Commerce wi joved on the praims et the yont Buildiup;, Louisville. contraciii w init any snr in hair itsee hima,hri.ir.. - is m.; S to I dread lectures, even when necessary judge of people hastily; thai we should not maile. to j p. droughts ivcyrones, nn gms.hopper plague and Office Hour -- 10 to n a m., Kkiini htre iml w ill aU it h lirre to gc aiu one myself, and 1 felt to little learn to forbear. Married people es no fevor and acne. Now Is the time to select to deliver Ast'Hts thrown liout the South laitlun Stint, rj, K ;i if J ' Office on I incittswreet.nppeeUecourt-h.vuseprices. Wisconsin choice lands in the mood to receive one that I doubt- pecially should, and that we give way ed one of the at low protperousStates in m consider- most the t'nmn 'H ed, as habands frequently do, that it to unwholesome moods tin freqnenth located dtirctls on the w isconsin (.antral i.iuc A in this Mate are th thrisina cities of llurhnstnn, TU W """ TTJ.TI313X.iJ1j AJOCai A.?nnf TUB SUELTOK HOUSE. Waukesha. Fond du Lac, Oshko.h. Ne.nah, MiS. might have a bunitkent inlltience and and build much of our own uuliappi-ness.- " nasna, R. C. MORGAN, D. i). a .lupaca, lernc rami, itiannnciii, SIAMOHD. KY determined 10 avoid 11 at an imams, mi I alls, Kau Claire, New Itichmend and HOWI.AND. K As I got no lecture I had won my Ashland I drew out u few remarks, which were DENTIST. For ticci't., time tables, ntan ami lull In form a I did not press the argument, but Higsins office, Lancaster street. scarcely concluded when I took up a ca.e. r. S. l'A I IT, I). V A.. thin, apply to I moving to th This H.iu.e has been refitted thlouhout , hs ChattiiH,ioxa.'I,n Nitrous Oxide Ua given for painless eslractiiig. magazine and asked permission to read a day or two later she said: "I wanted Or to r. v. & r. a , Chicago, in. STANKORD, KENlUCk.. c jas WALl At L slIFLF, IV. r you the other night, but you A LIVERY ATTACHED. aloud a Bhort ami veiy pretty story, to talk to Mini) Cir A Sbrrnun. of Alexander, Ten , which would defer the lecture for a seemed so interested in the two stories I f if , .TA.llI I, ransient ciist snilte4 W CARKII K. Prop write us leeardiag a remark akhi cure ol 0 iy J. while and give me time to reconnoitre did not stop you and it passed out of my tism thsre as Itllowt "The wile of .Mr. Wilium IICSTiiNVII LB. K 1'ruit' . the potHiaster here, had keen Wd rtddeti Dealer In and at once, when agreed, began to mind." "Yes, the wivtt.hed story of w th rheuMMiisin for several yours. She cnakl rfet Thototuklv refitted ami refurnished n4 full; The Little .Maid in the Door,' and the nothing to do her any food We sold her a prepared Hi attend th wants of lb ptiollc Foreign and Domestic iruus, read. tie of Chsmrierlain's Pain Halm and show com, 6m The story was a little touching at con- other of the foolish married people who pletely curtd bv It tie. We reler any stela hnc SAM I'LL KOOM attached ' $ac kettles fie al Confectioneries, Ac. I hi sMice forewarn hr to M L Hourne, Drvifiist and Opttcian, haaterf, fceroiea an I clusion, quite changing the impression wen made to see their love for ea"h oth- bylVr serifs this stuteintit ether, not f tr.p enr land, '.aWr and can lurnisli Haswithhimafirst-clasKy er bv the typewriter girl?" I replied. HOUSE. satswtMi, as ait suh will he MttMKute without per made by the first chapter and as quite snort notice. to t.ic it !; Bread, Cakes and the like 011 est easetsiul the law Mniesl. improving. It was a narrative of rail- "Yes." LHioUlln's ArnlOrt Salvo. K. IL RIIjBV. Proprietor, C. 91. SI'OON'AMOMkF. The bel salve in the world tor cms. bruises f And then came the lecture, hut such J K. iikucr.. way travel in which the heroine was a U aares, nlcvrs. salt rheum, for seres, teller, chap- - i - - Kentucky. 1 HOll All C. lAI I. all ''typewriter," who was introduced as whs the e fleet of tli0M two good stories ixd Isamls. chilblains, corns and sm Shis, erup TKlil.fi MA I LK pay repair tlesss and pils,nr A. M. rr.LAND one of the teteotyped independent that it fell as gently as falls the snow ed. It is iKMitivel) euro k'" perlect satisticliot, I Imvc moved to my new Hotel and betlti R. '. OAIKK. Kuarantetrd 19 in BuMtC .. .That cents per bo . i.tpartd than ever to accMnmodete ike 1'rice JAaiBSC.IVhNS American girls, who appropriate all win the air is still and it soothed and or money retunded Ky Good Livery attached aad every revtice deI. PHILLIPS calmed, instead of wounded, and con- Kor sale by A K. Penny,i. Swolord, about them to their own use, convenisued. Give as a cll. n r D. FRANK KII.KY. T7 cluded with: "I -- uspect that you felt Mliintrle Illttors ence and comfort, and the introduction "LOCUM tiROYrV Keep, the nicest the best and largest variety of led to the belief that she was one of a should talk to you is why you chose to I'hi remedy i heiomiiu so well known and o .NOIICKTOTHK popular ss to nerd nu succiai nienuon ..i wm. aosss; ia the usual noisy, selfish disposition generally read such appropriate matter." Who have axd Kir. trie Hitur dtwa not nseand it el Fancy Goods, Fruits, U medicine esist Mfaiaai PUBLIC. Candies Nuts, Cigars imputed to them who commands vhat!ClU1 tell the eonseqiiunce-o- f the Kctnie sjuaranus--A nurrr all that w daiaved. Ulectric, rilAVELLNG An d to I'OU S..M L Liver aad will cure she may fail to attract by not over mod- had it not iieeii for the ellect of the two Hitler will remove all dicaetof the.Salt ttbeuns and I'unplea, Hmls. And '1 obarxo in the cit) . Th fireai I arm and richest ..tl in I , in Dkmi-kkgood storit s' hy inpuK blood W ill est demeanor. other affrctmiw cauat-have opened I oaaeilioa with tnv Hotel, the ccniprltiBK ssa, is Blue i.rau I .r. Ml, twevent a dme Malaria front the stem andl'otactireol 51 led wilhiii lneMlle.nl Staniord. la ,..uiiiy t But this particular typewriter proved well a. cure ill Malarial of lanroln Fronted by th sbrll.y I'll, iuiS) Ue c try DEHIND THE SCENES. Ileadarhe.Cntipation and lodicestion n.t a.ieuble mine M.Blord aa.1 Dasisi'le tun,. t to be oue of the ted, amiable,! also keeps the cheapest stock: ot canranteed w Knlire aUl.tion That he Hitter 1.1k. This i one of the best sie, t, rim 11. tf. helpful kind, who on all occasions make Henry Irving is likely again to rcceivo nsotwv refunded I'rtce jut and l per hottle IUu.t.rareaiOB ami t. ta a high Male of i A U'l'enns'sUruKslswe l waler lor all purp,. vaitisa Alndac their sweet charity known. And by re- nn ofter of knighthood. Nml la fertile and it suit!., fur the grtrwing of hesup, ubi corn ai 4 wheal Th-- land lating to a commercial traveler a chance First-Clas- s AWondar Worker. A .Str.id)varits violin, dated 171.1, waa ci icxatrd-can he divided and Ivnihne t Mr fr.l.k II utfatUB. a VOMBI7 SSatl it HurlltllC Vegetable. S.C , and that he exchanges all kinds acquaintance on the way the incidents lately sold at ilonjtco for lo.OW fniucn. Ike tmprovwnent ale a large at I ton, C, lal that he had been staoVr the care d Aswl offer the irrie ( it Is the puhlir. Brand rarsasteade of goods for Hhcoii, Lard. Butter, Kits, Potatoes, of her trip and mailed! rtt.dw.Hteg a cMtscmcni Mork bam ,, vehicle, and treatits object, which was to blooded Imihh make sny Ac th bnt at frail tsf all kinda, Great DriUin has 1113 theaters and ISO tweprotnittent physicians and ud ihew I hey , etc., tor lil li lie pays the tt Inter arosiad. table compile with . JONLS, Sunfnnt iaats,, apply to L pour oil on the troubled waters wheie variety shows. America has l.uUtt thea- ment until he was wit able to t J II lONlt., Market Prices. rable. He was pemuaded to trv Dr. kiiK s New TIlO BOSt ifl tllO COUntTV her friends' connubial bark was floun- ters. V RILKV, Haenlir. " d call. lor tiit Goods delis ered anywhere in the city and his dai- dering, and bring together two loving Eric Drnddon. of th "AvengtHl" com- wisccvrr) limeLim.nipwn, ta walk acre, the ahle at that nuicrnot Us fa.iuil "r.tr.re li hail V W (iKLLN. ly trip made to Rowland , wlthiltil f0ll A I. HUKNS.Man.ier people who were diiflintr apart, in which pany, writes three Msnsitiotml novels .trrt half. I a dollar bottle that he was ranch bet siATKMFVI OF Till. ud he coubnued to use it and ks every year. site iiad been successful. lr. health If yH base an) throat, enjoyinit luu or to, 3'iiliingS Savings Asseciatioa f,wt otHiWe ir)ii I rial battle free at A K Co. She veryaccuiatoly described the con- has nppo.ireil in Viuuua with fttraordi I'enn) drug store of a husband ami v.ife, who were dition i nary success. His name N H.uuil STAMOHD, KY . Mllos' Norvo nnd Livers Pill listening to the reheaisal. And her OF STANFORD, KY , and he is a native of Pol.iml. the lier Aitui a iww ririiicmle Orhirin I .rmer. lUnk A 1 r K with comments and the tender appeals she new A SIAMOHD, L. , w il n stiMHaeh and lewcd tlirmtsh the nerve Is now fully organued and ready for business A comic opera Ilr ttlr. I'.ll tiiedlU CUft' blllCJU. had made in a tender and touching way Rosenfold, called libretto bv Siding "Tho Knimnnktr of nea. bl taste, torpid lis r. piles. ceH.tlpn.lion.' fOSKI'SI Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. to each, did not fail to touch and warm Syria," has 'nullin, Untnualed fer men. women, chiblren Issue. Another Series of Stock. accopteil by .Manager miklct. rift) doe i cent, hainplei 19,000. the hearts of the husband and wife until Aronson for production at the Surplus, . - - - A R l'eiiny's at Any t.ne sveVintr a ale lnvvtinrnt vvnuldil. now llntrl, re ice, which was deathly chill to each, Augustus Pitou read more plays than "1 base met reensered from a second altarv t.f in Ihis charge and sated and rel.irnished, is Jo well ie instllgjie. ,. SUCCESSOR ttiTHK USCOUCS ATIONAL the my intend l condu. t it Weekly prtseat. cant HANK OF STANrORD, .io uioKeti iiuu uiiineo. Aim men ami any otlter theatrical manger in America the grip this rsear, ' ays .Mr. ins O. Jenc. pub not onlv maintain its hith reputation, but to add than per ctni. itue irtrn.tsn at n.ae more ., . . . nabtes :r. si... i. r... me Ul- - to Its long 11. ol irienus Tipcuai accetnatnu. of Hmiled moans IhosChic n Itosae. Muncy men closing up) with the same assets and under there they destioyed their petitions for "Never in the history of the drnm.t." Iip ., . Now "in fur llean lion, for .ommerc.l travrter. and tine ro.m. the same management. I us... Clmheita.nf. Co.h Kemesly and nral real estate depositor are as divorce ami wondered that they had not says, "has there been such a scarcity of l.r a.e wtih considerable succe.. thedliploy of au.p. Hy provisions of its chaiter. bolnc In S think ol tin), lor " L "ARST. protected as ait, depositors tu N"onal fully bed a .., II. C. FARKIs. littleorcr two days, against ten LS. HLl.HF.s. how foolish was their good plays." am its, shareholders being held Individually known sooner V k A fUlllltLK. A First-Clas- s I .VMItNtKLK Saloon iit.rl The srron.l attackasI the salislieil "able t'o the extent of th. .an.ou., of he i .met stubbornness and how surely r Iwoukl base been ftrtt but Sarah Dcrnhart went shooting as bad VNf they addition j " h..n ut the narInvalue thereol, in It mj to tue And they recognized bo much loved. ' Savannnh and killed a uuinlicr of binls. about six hbtus after btliijr struck to no io wu in And HII.I LMtD and I'OOL BOOMS attached. lorthen.c'ofthi rcmeds.a I nan with it, whilo letw such shares. t good JOSKIMI COFIBV amount invested btnid.iy executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sense and goodness of attend hist case was JO. SEYKRANCK. IIIV.Went. heart in this KirI Sho violated tho shooting law and also a in the two dais rtefiir able to dau " to buuif. 50c botlle J II HA UU MAN. SecV; stato lawagainst huzjinK and about by Mr M I. trotting DriiKgist and OpTodho who entrusted their buisines. .o us W M. lilt It. llV. Treasurer MourHe. far sale Bank ol that when she essayed to leave the train some people affect to bo angry about it. while mna'BiK he Lincoln Nationalthanks and Ky tician. "laBfrd, our many Stanford we we he.e tendertransact their business they tin ew themselves in her way to In accordance with tin will of .. .1.... will continue to n shake hands with "the lold, rude girl." ' with ui ottering a aK"ar.intee for prompt Ablwtt, tho famous singer, her Hhe years' experience in twenty to conI could have Wen plncetl by .Mr. Van Houghton When this story was banking and i'liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. sistent see that it had produced some change of, and Mr. William .Manning, the e.ecuREAL her Caatorla. When Baby was !ct, we AGENT, lUHKCTOKs: countenance in my wife and an site' tors of tho will, in tho monument which Wheu alio waj a Child, nho cried for Ciwtorla. of KtiL'eiie Irvine Ky. J.J. Williams, ML Vernon; cleared her throat as if there was a lump contains the Wlien vlin becamri Mist, aho clung to Caatorisv. Wetherell, tho singer's liusband. I have ,t ite a n mber cf r J, M. Hail.Stanlord; k.Mb r sale ,c in it and to speak would require an efvery l II When he had CblHren. be c" tbeia Castorl. I..iu.,n n. rfn jutily J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Tho new Henry VI II," It is calcu'I he.e farm, arc all well improved and gow t fort, I began another without further F.mbry, Stanford;! S.J. lated, must run at least sixty nights in rich lands, running III sie from 50 tu 500 liuf or waiting for either comment or London before Mr. Irving recoup him- J. E. I.) nn, Stanford; tbeiv l alits their richness and It r llavinsr removed my llarber Snop m the Coin A. W. Carpenter. Mllledjeville; nirrcial lintel, am lill'r .I soil, theciiiveliieucti..f liirupitt-- and discussion. self for his preliminary mid curient ex thai bung tnarkct rlhl tn our door, ihey J. K.llaughrnan, Hustonville; aietheaper than the Land rany other nuntyin The second story was one of the many petinvs. Hu bDeut $?."i.000 niton the re There, is mt danger from whoeping touli when J. K. Cash, Stanford; Hie State There i tear, It Cliamber'am' Cough Uemedy is ireelygicn that have been written of the dreadful vival before tllO CUrtaill rt0 Oil Tllns- - Iniuitles tbetoush tenacious in urns and aids in lis Prepared to Accommodate Ladies ts over s miles fiom a ileiilel) a Farm the cuuti. William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. 'lhc- titiiiily is thecLed w Uh lumpikes running as well as Gentlemen, the weekly exien.eM are e,,ector-tio- n times of witchcraft persecutions in Mas- day night, S.H. Shanks, President. it also lessen the e.ni)j a.d ilire. tl'.n There not a ptiblii inevt-rJ II. Ovisley, Cashier frtiiuriicv nl the paroxism of couching anc in nd en ifi,mrt7, the county sent Hut is nut Macailaini;el sachusetts. sures a speed, lexoiery There is not the least. We havs the Knusville ol the I. A my line, Cbil- V. M. Ilrijht, Teller or babies, a it In loyihmir they may wish danger in giving- it to children This one told of little Abigail 'roc tor. WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. U, dividing Ihe iinty floni Kas to Witt and the also waited on tallunie 7 contains no injurious substance. sc bottles tor' C S U l Iriiui Nnrih to .s.uith, the K C. R r k who was left alone in a far awa, isolasalens Dr M L lluurne, Druggist and Optician, trgiu tins plaie 10 Ciiiiiuiiati, croxinc the C .S. O oxhihits for JICSSK THOMPSON, at Wuicheter giving full uci ess to ihe markctsol BANK ted home in the forest, so long that her A consignment oflecoived fromthe for I tanford, K NATIONAL tho first a we have thiev large Ihewb.ac wctld sufferings fiom hunger, distress and ter- - eign country arrived In Commer. tal lintel the County that give us a market I'io ir Mills at Cluc.igo, Jan. UA11 l")l?Trp Desirable of i(o OF STANFORD, KY fur all our grain light at home, and the ror brought on a fever of which she died 0. from Japan. I1 U 1 . Acre on Crab Orchard incut ol the mountain regions e Ka.trrn oiud I70I pike, 4 miles from Stanford. W.H Miller Kentucky bv lailrsiadsaud the out me HniiB oi a sister, who nn onlv .in The French Mai.iis.liip line, Havre to let South by railruads ha. creatnl sm li a demand ' 1ssbPbbsW permuted to leiurn in tune to minister, New York, has agreed to leturn fteeall frpn lur all kmdst.f ctrc lis and provender that weran Capital Stock r YT From mv riaslure near Dan- euuugh ler hotm cortkuuiptinn scaicely ret s at nut ten days to her dying wants and see her expire. exllibitS which It brings to the OXpOitioil O I R A I L1J ville I he people art- pritspcioiis, grneruu. rt: and Un.l Any Infor one large lilack Sow, unmarked AtQy Surplus believing Cliiistiaiiity .in. I Aud it told of one good woman who at regular tariff rates. 'there' A D Km nl her will be tliankfiillv re eivtil ff UJbbbV l not a iicuhhoihbod in'ihc ouiuy but Im i the fac Herr Wermtith, tho imierial gcod hurtli and Attention of the public is invited to Stan ford knew too late nf her loneliness and suf. Hank n . Slanfnfil IheiAiihtv .a.li,r .......l.. that this is the only National National Hank Act fering and braved the sentiment of her man World fair commissioner, has ul- ; 4 pros I peimis little illy ul aiw.il w.cuo lnhali.tani, provisions of the SALE. by tne j,a ready received nearly J.ihmi applicatioiii' inUon are secured not.only liability capuai ungodly neighbors aud strove to j Ibi- great disirway fri.iu llic Ni.rth and North lor an Si.iith and Irom the Nurthue! In s0i,thrnt stock, but bv the stucKiioiue and relieve the little sufferer; and for space from the intending exhibitors and stndi..g a it does gaong tight into the bo unteijuai 10 mc i"v, y athat depositors 01 Sixty live Acres ol Splendid situated a' fSStstr una 01 jioo.ooo. of his country. 0111 ui ine .inu. ,eiuiiu mi.uiuaiiis nf Southeastern this institution are secured mllos from hiaiifnrd, on Shelby Cit) turnpike KivV.wornstaeme, ,7 of Iheconditiot. of the banka another, who though in very fear ami Kentuikv hacked up bv lhc whuk- llm Om. Apply to ine at Tho California Wnrld's fair statu com- adJoiDing Mrs. K. H June United trembling, wa impelled hy the goodness made each ear to theexamined Stales rtgion ol Ihe State wilh railroads rtinnliic ihr.u h are i Mated times missioners have authorized the forma- - Stunliird, K and its asset, are all iKiml. ortheciMiM4s. make it naturally j it t It KID Hl'UlI ...2 thus securing additional of her heart to deceive her terror stnek woman iio.it ti. hach com mici 1.1 im.unjini iowiis in the South lor turn ot iniiiifacture and uthtu ei.ierprlve.of magnitude nfcf"ttoo?;.,0oSr;rs,al.,,shed a .h. en husband and steal a few niomenls will appoint one mentlser of Water Works aie 110 bein ailtated und right Blmiie the irnvn iibnuli of a mil. Snnd "efai the National Hank nl Manford ill Hank of with the frightened, lonely child juid this board. Kach memb'r is allowed be orected Water Works with very there give her a few cakes aud nlace snini- vi. Sl.OOO a your for traveling expenses. Kir.l National liltlc r.M that imuld supply a . ity of i.n.onom y an .mill luibitauts witli (he purest and bet Water in ihe Stiitordinisshasliad practical better supplied ter in her reach. The the poor child n It is - y year.. tiiu'biihincisnroiniJt . "" . world Our ullleeitv bts heen iioly rebuilt in in, In Colorado's exhibit will ...i...- - iVrraii-i' very complete showing of tho Horn of Il mouth Rock, Libt liiahma, Huifor Paririiie ine- tarn lew ye.irsamt 11a niitinrss housiaril res the dread loneline-- s of her its long and Mil-be tliorougl.l.rrd Also eggs ol IV and libcralh than ever before ilrHti- will umparr with larger tines ul greater . dung to her and called fot her nmtli. r tlio stato. Mi.--s Alid.i l . ,,,.oi.... ...1 n Cochin f .. t ..,.,..,., cci.nnl. of corporations, fiduA.ldrci. honorable . preliis.,in li,r meichauls and iradeimen ate firms and individuals respectfully solic- - and begged to be taken along. KLILKR.JK., Stanford, K all prosperous and doing well OLoC lKi " ui "inuur, gainerciaries Wt Mve- tw ", morolhnn I.OOOvaiietiealastsuinmor, Hut bank with iiipitsl Him k ol $400,001. that are ted. ed prosperous .led in good nuditioii woman could not take her her iheart The Director) oi this Hank is computed ol including hlleen oi more which had We have spletdul m hm.. We have- a Feiu.ilit of Stanford; welled up full of n otherly symptthy I, lt.vorh.en classified. l. J. Foster,Keid, Lincoln county ; College, a lurgebri. k I. milling, with over loo pu .. ... pils in attendance iimI un.li r Ihe prlmipalship Forestu ,,..!.. U I. .w .1 " I'rof. J M Hubbard, Is f Hwi.zerlaud.at 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s Th0 wtchmltjv-e.,h llouri.hing l until J. W. Havdon, Stanlord; . i t It OllH MtllV. Il Mhltlll III lliu .lxr.. nun Lincoln,-Mlinn. We also have a Scmniirv that Is a goiid .1... in ii ...!..a receiu convennou !.. jieme. nectneii to " " """i S.1I. Haughman, " ' school, villi I'mf II I HUkciHunatilsheail Land, We watch her coining again. And hiicIi wns mako au exhibit at t'incago of their! )j.tril la 1rj .tai4 JMiller, Mt Verneni luvcKiie of thi nut 'Public School buildings in .... ...! (.. . .e. - . , ' S T. Harris, Lincoln; iriim i i ini.n l..ri,..iL. uauCiiiuy. Ky ,61 till suction of the State, with over 100 mint!. .. ' me simple latin in me cniiti tnat Mie limieM auu coitiiest inn not to stnt ,r.i to .Miae.igeviiie. Lincoln ' attendaiier, anil witli 'itl'er goal piiiale schools, . J.S. Hocker Sunford: held her place of watch as long as aMu attempt any competition with American yuu ice our vhool f. illtle uri etcellrnt 7romTT..Vr.r Ciir.,,' ' WILLIAM O A. Lackey, Lincoln; We have elegant hurtli titiitiiing, lepresintilig to get to it; imt the woman came too iiiaiiafuctnrerb in cheaper gradas. 'iheyi within iw nui of M..rUini a st.tiun on the t Dealer ill the above every denoniiuatinli, vsitb a full corps u mniiitera T P. Hill, Stanford; K K The harm i..is up.,n u an iiegiini ami have applied to the Swiss council for npucioim W. O. Welch, Sunford. late. nuga than .class l and are lining QilUtyJJ bru k residence, (tin root) nil UrQCrS IOr vjtlllJU, Shppn uull Hnrrq nf liasany class uf men in the city a better biisirtrst OthQr tO enable tllOin utceaaary o,tbuildinKs and an abundance W P. Tate, Stanford fruit Solicited Siwk and bl.eep a stun .ally, When she passed again there were financial aild have tried to make as ""' esery sanely. Much .if the land I',.,,. havnig anv i.flheabov- -. describul stock without auv esaggcraticm tin statement as facts, to mako n CroditablO Oxllibit. ,rr,J ,,f ' or coloring, OFFKKKS: thus w,.n .i .. n . ivi .. is virgin sail, we.l timbered, abundantlv wtitml i i three mourners over a fresh filled grave, l..... who know will bear no outf and those who wish anil nearly all well sit In in shnri. a tucnlluii or address ine An cxpcrleuc nf tiflciu to tiny pteasam inmes ai lair prlies and locate ,S. Hoeker,;President; caanur; placing white wihl How era upon it. Hut tn pel. Iitisiti.is has been Police Judge T. I.. Chaplllie, of Loll- - ft?. "rD' '" fry tirfiht In me un.l mi an surrnundJohn J. McRoberl, ......,,., ... , Mir. I thin make n profitable nlboth to the buver' among a gomt peopleto call andtin best before tin r think can . see mo ui; would do well A A. McKinney. Assistant Cashier she saw a vision in the door Blond tho anon, is dead. I 9JH I.UltA.t Jandseller P O aiMrr. Sunford, Ky. icu "Isowhere Semi-Weekly Interior Journal How My Case Was Won. Written lor The Interior Journal.) TO THE FARMERS. J. 3IENEFEE, ... -- uoer-Si- n JAMES IIAII.EV ts Cir-cu- .i 9;-- J. H. KIIT02.T, I I 11I , - ! Sl I I r J5-- I 11 1 Cliith-ing- j rtlillincr and Dress rtlnker 1 . - 1 ROYAL OF IWTKia ut-d- Itcullst. fnsurance Company, K-- Lanu-Sookor- s. cotitcmr-lltltt- s 1 SARP, AK ARTIST, n i .JOHN pu-- - , 1 h- . - , -- emp-pew- ID. THE VEXDOMEIIOTKL Vj MKlYdOTlEa s tb-x- tm it .! tM'IT7 "f'isr?f -- I rosTijn. -- Stan-lor- d, THE RLLEr JJOIT'T "YOU KIvTOW . nn.nn 11 I JESSE WEAKEN - , 1 . STOCK F A RM , Kid-neT- Hi-.-iM- BCKfcTT FOH&jST d Klec-tn- good-hea- Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Highest MYERS HOUSE, IJa fn-.- .1 yStablc, . t . 11 it., - ( . Ir wt w.-an- ' Farmers BankfrTrnst Km-zulak- PORTMAN HOUSE, Un j ' .!...-.....- .. - -t, U-e- , COFPEV, PrO'l. I i . i.. . 1 J. j (Jn.-m-o. j I , i . . 1 I . ' I r.- 1.11 ".V.''' rttx-Hls- ' in-a- 3:-- I I ; atlen-uo- BARBER i liiii-lic- tl, - & SHOP. II. T. HISII, ESTATE Stanford. I 1 1 tic-s- . I s j rail-hm- J. 111 - 1 111 1 05-- FIRST 111 I ! 1 devt-to- V $200,000 A 18,500 t.JI-ga- te in-i- t (ler-l110"- 1 lesus-citat- e I.AM) FOR sKbiri mv. 1 I fe..5 mA" flHBs " aBaBaBaBT1"""-- trriifcBVk '.3Bn. Mrjsi savnnsnnBr Soiiib-easter- 1111 - 111 . 1 sclutol-liuus- e. I . . et - govern-met- - 11 mis-ion- er aga.nre-nrganli.sla.th- e - ied 1. npar 111 situ-ttin- I ai-- cr tl. ' "" s Jyu" FOE SAliE. A.n . thri-fouit- JZ. - - . - - 1 - .1 - . -- ,7 1 . 1 1 111 , .i tit. i . .,.... . 1 I mj i .1 . I I aT.W twir-stor- y 3I(,UEI..INI1, .,. -- ; tate-u- r I . i - Hlue-Ora- ss ,.-,.- ... , Jii&)&i&!t$i&. c Jifr T ; mmEa flmiiiLim aijgcj